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en Years 3.
UU...I forgot that we have a big English test and I didn't study." "...I got a detention, for walking
into homeroom late." "...I have a project due in every class." "...I have to write my term
paper" "...I only did half of my homework." "...there are still seven blocks left in the day."
"...study drops today and I have a ton of homework." "...I don't have any free blocks." "...I
have double chemistry." "...I have third lunch." " . . .D(^^© i50®[lD(a]§l^. " "...I don't have lunch
money." "...we get progress reports." "...I didn't study." "...math is lunch block." "...I
have tw@ tests, three tests, four tests •" "...i have to[f©©aG© © ©[^©©©Od."
"...I have to make up a test." "...I'm exhausted and sleep deprived." "...I have to write
an essay during free block." "...I have to give a presentation." "...I have three projects
due." "...I came in late without a note." "...I forgot my lunch." "...I didn't write my
English essay." "...I have four tests in a row." "...I'm ready for summer." "...I'm sick."
"...I can't remember my locker combination." "...school starts way too early." "...my
alarm clock didn't ring." "...I missed the bus." "...I have practice till six." "...I'm re-
ally cold." "...my locker is not near any of my classes." "...my backpack weighs a ton...^^
JLJ...I am so ready for that test!" "...my first playoff match is this afternoon." "...I have free
last block and triple lunch." "...I'm one more day closer until g©[}D(oXo)Q ©DilCal©." "...I'm
watching a movie in Spanish." "...I did all my homev^ork, so I am going to Starbucks with
my friends after school." "...it's a ©[}D(o)[rS Wednesday." "...the first game of the season is
tonight" "...We're testing bridges today and I know ours is going to hold up to Holthouse."
"...it's opening night!" "...it's IfDmglQlJjy [^[jfl^jgl^S " "...I drop math." "...I don't
have any tests." "...I got a good night's sleep." "...in math we get our tests back which I
know I aced." "...I have free first block and I don't have to do any homework." "...I have
double free." "...I have no homework so far." "...I don't have practice." "...I got all of my
homework done." "...we're doing a fun lab in chemistry." "... I can finally drive home."
"...it's Monday and that means there are g](o)(o)(o] [F[r©[jil©[}D [FlTD©© for lunch." "...
myffBFgQ g]©[IuQ©of the season is tonight." "...it's almost the weekend." "...I have first
lunch." "...there's an assembly." "...I got to school on time." "...it's my favorite day of the
cycle." "...I have triple lunch." "...the deadline date for my history project was pushed a day. -^
Presented to Mr. Giurleo on Class Day
by Camille Rogers & Brad Baldwin, on behalf of the Class of 2009
Each year, the graduating class identifies one individual who has had a
significant positive impact on the class and school community to whom
to dedicate the yearbook. This year, members of the class of 2009 have
resoundingly selected Mr. Giurleo.
The first time I saw Mr. Giurleo was at my fourth grade cello recital. Even
at that young age, I was amazed that the high school music director was
attending and speaking at my tiny level of the music program. In his witty,
animated way that I grew to know well, Mr. G emphasized the importance of
music and the need to keep music programs thriving in Westwood schools.
He become a fixture at all of my recitals and those of my friends, and
according to many, he hasn't missed a performance, at any level, since.
That right there is dedication.
Mr. G's empire spans over almost everything musical in Westwood. He's
the K-12 director of performing arts, the department head of the WHS
performing arts, teaches the WHS concert band, wind ensemble, and piano
lab, runs the after-school jazz band, oversees the prodigy program, and
conducts the WHS musical pit band. Basically, if there's live music, you'll
likely find Mr. G and his baton.
According to Kathleen Lally, "Mr. G is very knowledgeable about everything
music, and always tries his hardest to make us better musicians." But
how did he become so knowledgeable? He received a bachelor of music
education degree from the University of Lowell in 1964, got his masters
in music from Boston University, and received the certificate of advanced
graduate studies in educational leadership from Bridgewater State College.
He then became the K-12 Coordinator of Music in the Adams-Cheshire
regional school district for seven years, and went on to become the
Administrative Director of Music for Dedham for seven years. And then, in
September of 1984, Mr. Giurleo came to Westwood. ..and the rest is history!
What is most inspirational about Mr. G. is the enormous amount of faith he
has in his students and in his program. Laura Anderson says, "He knows that
most of the kids who walk out of chorus or band class are not going to be
professional musicians; however, he instills his love of music in all of us."
He keeps class invigorating with hilarious jokes and stories. Mr. G also takes
his vigor beyond the classroom. Sami Hamdan says that "He has kept the
music program running smoothly in the face of many obstacles. In 2007, he
worked tirelessly to bring orchestra back into the WHS curriculum. Despite
the burden of budget cuts, Mr. Giurleo has always been the defender of
Overall, Mr. Giurleo's wit, level of involvement, and devotion have been
unmatched in his time at WHS.
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Mary McDonnell says, "You see Mr. G, you smile. He
makes the shows seem amazing by laughing uproariously
all the time. His speeches during band concerts are
phenomenal. He's a good person."
Elizabeth Haffey says, "He has been a driving force
behind my positive high school experiences, and more
than deserves recognition for his passion, great sense of
humor, and years of hard vv'ork."
Kevin Boettger says, "His jokes are hilarious. No one Is
a better motivator; year after year, he has gotten his
ensembles to perform well."
Alex Moin says, "He has high expectations of excellence,
and makes us work to meet them every day. Mr. G's sense
of humor is unparalleled in any other teacher."
Hilary Sugg says, "His love of music in contagious and
has inspired my growth as a musician over these four fun
years of band."
Jonathan Neimann says, "He is dedicated to his students
and creates a learning environment that is both fun and
successful. He will be greatly missed."
And somebody anonymously wrote something that the
class of 2009, a class that makes up more than half the
wind ensemble, can agree with: "He's the man."
Congratulations to Mr. G!
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Director of Business & Finance
Director of Curriculum, Instruction i
Director of Student Sen/ices
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Ms. Kaiser, Director Ms. Grover Ms. Houston Ms. Lamb-Wanucho
What's your favorite thing about teaching?
"I love working with my students and seeing
them grow intellectually. I enjoy seeing their
faces when they learn something new or figure
something out when it was very difficult."
- Ms. Muzi
"Being around young people all day makes me
forget how old I really am!"
- Mr. Ducheneau
"That moment when a student "gets it,' my senior
homeroom,... and summer vacation's not bad!"
- Ms. Potus
"I like being a witness to the joy of learning.
When you see students' faces light up as a result
of what you've done in the classroom, that's
what does it for me. I also like to think that I am
helping to make students life long learners by
developing their intellectual curiosity."
- Ms. Roberts
"Seeing students grow and succeed."
- Mr. Howard
"My favorite thing about teaching is that it keeps
me hip to all of the coolest, newest stuff to get
- Mr. Dolleman
"Students keep it interesting- no two classes are
ever the same. I laugh every single day. And I
know that at the end of the day, I did something
important, because I see students thinking
and questioning our past and present world
- Mr. Morelli
Dr. Eorls, Choir Ms. Brockman Ms. Carey Mr. Chatterton Ms. Felton
Mr. Kaczenski Ms. Kelsch Mr. McGunagle Ms. Troiano
What advice do you have for students?
"Working hard to do your best almost always pays
off in everything you do - it's not a 100% guaran-
tee of success, but it's the best bet you can make."
- Mr. Hoithouse
"Regardless of what you have achieved thus far,
your true potential is in your future."
- Mr Giurleo
"Don't just sit there "Bust A Move!" Exercise and
eating right are key to a healthy life."
"Keep responding positively to the challenges you
face- in school and in the rest of your life."
- Dr. Earls
Ms. Testa Ms. Witzburg Dr. Zarrow
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Ms. Wine, Director Mr. Gillis Ms. Peters
What advice do you have for students?
"Stay focused and be true to yourself."
- Ms. Goodloe
"Work hard, enjoy the moment, and do things that make you happy.."
- Mr. Mao
"Be demanding of yourself and strive to do better while realizing life has
its down turns as well as its highs."
- Mr. Geary
"Wear flip-flops at all times in the shower!"
- Ms. Vogelgesang
- Ms. Snider
"Surround yourself with friends who bring out the best in you."
- Ms. Parks
"Be your best self, but be your self - and help others do the same."
- Ms. Kelsch
Mr. Johnson, Director Ms. Misuta Ms. Sloan
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Ms. Connors Ms. Gushing Ms. Dalton Mr. Halperin Mr. Hatrison
Ms. Lawless Mr. Mehegan Ms. Raffol Ms. Renfronz
Ms. Hayes Ms. Lipinski Ms. McHugh Ms. Singleton
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a change of
forward to new
Jason Molly Banis
Sementelli 'Tm excited
"I forget how to have new
it feels to be a upperclassmen
freshman." role models
about being a
No longer bringing home
Having the same amount
of work, but doing less
Abandoning your locker
for weeks at a time
Consolidating to just one
Feeling like every night is
a Friday night
Mentally planning to do
work, but physically not,
being able to ■
Losing textbooks and/or
forgetting what their
purpose is (using them as
"I miss being drowned
in uneccessary, but
by Dr. Zarrow."
Tommy Coyle and
In tracl< after eight
"My favorite memory
is playing sports and
winning the baseball
do you have fbr
"Make lots of friends,
get to know your
teachers, and use
resources like math
sem- it's really
"Don't be afraid to be
100%, keep your
head up no matter
what, have fun, and
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Stephanie Greeley Catherine Greenwood
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Elizabeth Abraham Christian Adams Christopher Adams Wesley Adams Thomas Ahearn Christopher Anamateros
Alexander Archambo Mariah Arnold
Philip Azeredo George Balekjian
Alexondro Bartholomew Alan Baryudin Morgoux Barzin
Michelle Beatty Mayo Bechoro
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Bradford Cushman Claire Daniels ICotheririe Dawson Sarah DeAngelis Jennifer Delio Russo Dylan Demoro
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"I miss not having
college stress in the
beginning of high
school. Also, we had
"I miss Ms. Plunkett's
"I miss having people
older than us, the
i old seniors, having
no strict rules, inno-
cence, and wellness
To what are you
"I'm looking forward
to seeing where
everyone is going to
"I'm looking forward
to senior week and
running the show
"I'm looking forward
to more freedom.
Senior Assassin, and
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44 Class Protraits
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Victor Maccow Jordan MocPherson Lisa Majid Charlotte Malin Caitlin Manning Madeline Martin
Courtney McLaugtnlin Erin McManus Ries McQuillan Daniel Meaglner Jamce Mictioud David Miiano Mictiael Molcnan
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Michael Montrond Rebecca Morgan Jacqueline Morra Paige Moscow Dinna Moujahed Sarah Muellers Samantha Mulligan
Juliane Nguyen Bridget Norris
Jack O'Brien Kathryn O'Brien Olivia O'Leary Christina Papianou
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Penelope Pease Joseph Pellegrini
Jennie Power Matthew Powers Olivia Powers
Madeline Randolph Madison Rou
Allison Ristaino Christopher Robertson Christopher Rodenbush
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grade counts to
get you into the
right college for
'It's really not
bad at all, the
year is much
I thought it
our last two
'It is really hard
to deal with
at first, but
you figure out
how to balance
a lot of the
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Davieson Annis Anthony Antonellis Colin Arnpriesfer
Kevin Gavir Va'a ^-ecrgakhs Kafhryn Gilliland f^o'e Ginsberg Benjamin Closer Joshua Goldberg
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Jacqueline Henry Tommy Hu
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Michelle Grimaud Michael Hallion Edward Han El.ie Morrrigton tJicholas Hawes Alexander Meier Keelin Henderson
Hillary Hui Matthew Hurle/
Jacob Indursky Daquira Ingram
Louis Jacob, Matthew Jessup Eliza Kaplan Sydney Kaplan Katelyn Keone Mahr-U-Niso Khan
Ashley Littlejohn Samantha Liu Katharine Loiocono Kenneth Long Joseph Lupica Patricl< Lyons Mocston Moccow
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LcxDking ahead to
Fahad Munir Stephanie Murphy Erica Nagle
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Steve O'Leary Hani Singer Eliza Kaplan
'1 probably "Sometimes "1 almost
spend equal I practice my always go to
amounts of instrument, the library to do
time doing my but usually I homework and
homework in hang out with talk with my
the library and friends." friends."
spend equal I practici
amounts of instrume
time doing my but usua
homework in hang oul
the library and friends."
with friends in
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Anthony Sadler Shayan Salam Maiek Sayegh Leah Schroeder
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"One of my
S^t^'^ ^:^'^ fr^"' SOPHOMORE^'
year, especially baseball team ^^^ ^^ ^^
all of our pasta was state ^L.^ ^^" M^ ^^% ^^
and being able
to eat lunch
swim team and
dress up days."
we won our first
meet in over
ski team with
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Tina Abijaoude Catherine Abrohom Derin Ahigian Sarah Angelici Emma Archambo Alexis Argiros
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about being a
'I really enjoy the
freedom and getting
to eat outside."
"I like the freedom
and bigger locicers. I
hate 3rd lunch, and
when I still get lost.
"I like all the free-
dom, Latin class is
fun. I dislike all the
projects and essays."
" I like the lunch
schedule, and all the
freedom, I don't like
the harder work."
"Hike the rotating
schedule, ifs nice
not having the same
" V\fe love ceram- = as
ics with Ms.Lamb,
and wellness with
Ms.Peters. We don't
like all the Home-
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Carol Han Thomas Honley Victoria Harding Alycen Harney Jonathan Harper Camille Harrington
Samuel Harris Terrence Harris-Hughes Lee Hatfield Brian Hedal tJicholas Henderson Sarah Hogan Anne Husted
Kaitlin Hutchinson Rosemarie Jenks William Jennings Knstme Key Michael Keane Abigail Keaveney Samantha Keene
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Gabriel Morkarian Bryan McCarthy
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Laura McHoul Scott McKenna Alexandra McLaughlin Brendan McLaughlin
Alicia Mcleod Dylan McManus Ryan McNulty Alexandra Mealey
Siobhon Moylan Matthew Muellers Gregory Murray ^evin Nangeroni
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"I'm looking "FREES!! You 'Tm lool<ing forward
forward to not can do whatever to a fresh start,
being a Fresh- you want... like and I can't wait for
man anymore, dancing in the Volleyball!"
and I can't wait hallway."
ing to start
Euripidii iar.ei, Nathaniel Teebagy Callo Tibei
Elizabeth Trakas Keiro Trovers Theodore Treon Christopher Tso
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"I like High School
a lot more than I
liked Middle School.
There's more freedom
and ifs more excit-
"I like High School
so much more. You
have more freedom,
and I like choosing
an elective. I didn't
think the change v\/as
"At first the transition
was difficult because
I didn't know where
to go and had a lot of
home work but it's all
What are your
fiDtn this school year?
"My favorite memory
is making the var-
sity tennis team, I
thought I would make
the JV team, when
the coach told me
I was shocked and
" My favorite memory
from this year, is play-
ign volleyball, the
team was so much
"Playing high school
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Student council is comprised of a group
of students from each grade who put
hard work and creative energy into plan-
ning the school's social agenda. The council
has weekly meetings, run by the officers, at
which members plan and execute the up-
coming events. Some of the highlights of
2009 include: the homecoming dance and
spirit week, two spirited pep rallies, a black
and white dance, two tee-shirt drives, a
candy cane fundraiser to benefit the West-
wood Community Chest, and the return of
FRONT ROW (L-R): Caitlin Manning, Emily McGrail, Nikki Pettit, Shannon Hogan, Mrs.
Rosengarten, Mrs. Lawless BACK ROW: Danielle Stein, Sarah DeAngelis, Annie Qin,
Paige Moscow, Amy Bean, Tony Xia, Afsheen Sharifzadeh, Arya Sharifzadeh, Mike
Chirokas, Anthony Antonellis, Matt Levine, Johnny McDonald NOT PICTURED: Nilo
Fallah-Sohy, Kathryn Martin
The Site Council's primary role is to dis-
cuss and present issues at WHS and cre-
ate school improvement plans. The council
consists of an elected committee, containing
students, teachers, parents, and the school
resource officer, who serve as advisors to the
STUDENTS of SITE COUNCIL:
Sanna Huang, Stephen Zeng and Victona Lee
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As elected representatives of the Westwood High School community,
Legislative Council members have important roles to play. These dedi-
cated students meet during their lunches to discuss important school is-
sues and see how they can improve aspects of the school community.
This year, the Legislative Council has achieved many accomplishments,
such as, changing the amount of time kids have to appeal disciplinary
actions with Judicial Council. The Student Advisory Board consists of the
students from Legislative Council. This year the SAB helped organize Di-
versity Day as part of Social Awareness Month, and worked with SADD to
present a pre-prom assembly.
"I really like
v/1th planning the
and it's a good feeling
when they are suc-
cessful, and everyone
comes to them."
- Danielle Stein
Judicial Council is the place to go
when a student wants to appeal
a disciplinary action. It is comprised
of both students and teachers who
listen to the student's case, considers
the circumstances, and then makes a
ruling on the specific issue. Whatever
decision is passed needs the support
of a two-thirds majority vote.
STUDENTS of JUDICIAL COUNCIL:
Nina Shapiro, Casey McLaughlin and J.T.
Kelly, Joe Cushman, Jessica Burns, Shane
Troy, Kyle Brew, Nick Citrone Lana Sharuk
STUDENTS of LEG. COUNCIL: Nicole Campion, Patrick Maher, Erica
Nangeroni, Rebecca McClellan, Greg Thompson, Hannah Park, Jimmy Loo-
ney, Manna Shkuratov, Delaney Russell, Erica Sweeney, Sean Broderick,
Molly McLaughlin, Sarah Chen, Jake Indursky
council we think
of ways to improve
the school commu-
nity. 1 enjoy it because
students and teachers
collaborate to discuss
- Sean Broderick
Junior Class Officers
L-R: Greg Thompson- President, Arya Sharifzadeh- Vice President, Matt Burke-
Treasurer, Danielle Damren- Secretary ^^^^^^^^^^^^^H
bopnomore Class Officers
L-R: Sean Broderick- President, Mike Chirokas- Vice President, Paul Pender-
Treasurer, Bev Cheng- Secretary
Freshman Class Officers
"Judicial Council is
a great resource
where students can
have a say in how the
justice system works at
- Nina Shapiro
L-R: Jake Indursky- President, Matt Levine- Vice President, Ullas Rao- Treasurer,
^^nne Lally- Secretary ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
L-R: Delaney Russel- President, Abigail Keaveney- Vice President, Justin Mag^ -.1-
Jieasurer, Annie Craig- Secretary
Alex Young is excited,
showing one of the models
for demonstration on the
bus to one of Math
Team's big meets.
of the books that
the Junior Book Club
read this year
The Mock Trials crew
strategizes for an upcom-
ing case. Senior Afsheen
Sharifzadeh, looking official
with his trusty clipboard,
has no problem keeping his
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No Parenthesis is a literary and arts magazine, published every year,
which features the works of Westwood High School students from
every grade. The magazine staff is comprised of a team of enthusias-
tic students who convene in Ms. Brackman's room each month to pour
through piles of poems, artworks, and short stories submitted on be-
half of the student-authors, by teachers from the English and art de-
partments. The team works from September until May to complete the
magazine. In addition to selecting which works will be included in the
publication, staff members edit, organize, layout the content, and ready
the magazine for publication. The glossy finished volumes are on sale
(L-R): Allie Wittich, Afsheen Sharifzadeh, Annie Qin, Ms. Brackman, Beverly Cheng,
Emma Krause, Ann Sheehan, Lauren Drew
National Art Honor Society
National Art Honor Society works towards Project Empty Bowls, a
fundraiser held every year to benefit the Greater Boston Food Bank.
Each year students make ceramic pieces like bowls, tiles, or sculptures,
in addition, they also make cards to give away, as well. At the Empty
Bowls event, people get to take home a piece of student art work and
get a bowl of ice cream in exchange for making a donation to the Great-
er Boston Food Bank. Members are invited to join NANS by art faculty.
^ONT ROW (L-R): Krishna Yelleswarapu, Sarah Mueller, Gabi Messina, Ms. Lamb-Wa-
jcha, Sarah Cucchiara, Katie Glover, Gate Nesbitt, Ms. Grover SECOND ROW: Annie
in, Maddie Craig, Bev Cheng, Emma Krause, Julia Nagle, Kate Aloisio, Juliane Nguyen,
ia Augis, Amy Friel, Meaghan Winn, Erica Nagle BACK ROW: Stephen Zeng, Venkata
;lleswarapu, Krista McGinnis, Greg Thompson, Yujin Hamill, Kylie Blizzard, Ariel Bornstein
"I LIKE HOW
fa can give back to
le community by
ilsing money while
so doing something I
Members of Academic decathlon compete
against teams from across the state, draw-
ing on their knowledge of a wide range of top-
ics from art and music, to history and science.
The club prepares for competition in a variety of
ways, including taking tests, reading passages,
or watching videos and listening to soundtracks.
At competitions, in addition to responding to
standard test format questions, students com-
pete in speech and interview categories.
"THIS CLUB IS
lets me ^
ing than what we just
■^'^^ '- "-'-'ory class"
«=.. I. Academic
on's a fun learning
ment and it can
•later on in life.'
■ Stuart LeiDson
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Ready, Set, Build! Robotics Club prides itself
on building a completely student-created ro-
bot that goes to intense competition in Boston in
March. The beginning of the year is spent build-
ing minor robots which enhance skills in specific
areas of engineering, while simultaneously fos-
tering a sense of community and helping stu-
dents learn the value of gracious professional-
ism. This year the WW robot did exceptionally
well at the FIRST Robotics Regional Competition
in Boston. The team placed Uth and lost in the
quarter finals. It had to compete in a "game are-
na" where the object was to get the most balls
into a certain area.
"" "I HOPETD SOMEDAY
FRONT ROW (L-R): Ehren Wong, Julian Zamudio-Herrera BACK ROW: Alex Young,
Don Liang, Thomas McNulty, Xander Ventola, Chris SuilivanTrainor, Michael Burton,
Mr. Holthouse, Laura Anderson, Rebecca McClellan NOT PICTURED: Chris Graves,
Anokhee Mepani, Kate Aloisio
FRONT ROW (L-R): Joe Leibson, Jacky Martin, Sarina Huang, Julian Zamudio, Ravi
Yelleswarapu BACK ROW: Stuart Leibson, Kyle Brew, Kathryn Martin, Afsheen
Sharifzadeh, Camille Rogers, Sam Boosalis, Mr Dore NOT PICTURED: Walker Wells
FRONT ROW (L-R): Barbara Beach, James BerlutI, Colleen Zapcic MIDDLE ROW:
Elena Maimonis, Samantha DeTore, Tina Wigozki, David Decenzo, Emily McGrail,
Madeline Bugeau-Heartt, Kelly Rich BACK ROW: Harry Clapsis, David VonEuw, Patrick
Singleton, Melanie Zahka, Nina Shapiro, Matthew Venti
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SADD - Students Against Destructive Decisions - is a national organi-
zation which worl<s to inform and advise students about destructive
decisions such as drunk driving. The Westwood Chapter, newly under
^ the direction of Mr. Morelli, began shaping programs, such as poster
■ campaigns, to educate the Westwood student community.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Mr Morelli, Lucie Montgomery, Jessica Burns, Kyiie Blizzard,
Shayan Salam, Kyle Fedorowicz, Samantha DeTore
Amnesty International Is a world wide col-
laboration of people dedicated to promoting
human rights, especially where justice, free-
dom and dignity are denied. The group at WHS
participates in write-a-thons, to peacefully ad-
vocate. The club also participates at the "abun-
dant Table," a soup kitchen where adults with
disabilities make necklaces to profit women in
Uganda. Amnesty sells these necklaces during
lunch blocks. Amnesty's goal is to raise aware-
ness about issues and to start taking action to
give the world a better future.
Best Buddies is an organization designed to pro-
mote friendships between high school students
and the students in the TEC and other special edu-
cation programs. Together, the students play bas-
ketball, baseball, board games, take field trips and
hang out. During a typical meeting, students start
by coming together and finding a friend with whom
to play a game or simply talk, and later move to the
gym or outside to play sports or games. This year.
Best Buddies has raised money for a trip to the New
England Aquarium and Quincy Market along with
participating in the Best Buddies prom in Franklin.
The club provides a great opportunity to make spe-
cial and one-of-a-kind friendships.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Yona Hamill SECOND ROW: Sammi Nassiff, Annie Shea, Nicole
Campion, Julia Kane, Annie Heffenrelfer THIRD ROW: Katelyn Vivian, Michael San-
tiago FOURTH ROW: Adam Shipp, Leah Schroder, Sophie Karpf, Shane Troy, Patrick
Albert, Alexa Verni, Lori McTernan, Amanda Fabio, Adam Biales LAST ROW: Matt
Donlon, Johnathan Leary, Mary McQuiad, Joe Anderson, Amy Bean, Camille Rogers,
Gigi Hutt, Kate Vanesse, Daniel Macht
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Key Club sets itself apart from many other af-
ter school activities at WHS because its main
goal is to give back to the community. The Key
Club plans service activities and distributes in-
formation about various activities that kids can
get involved in. It is a fun and interactive way for
students to gain community service hours, that
they can complete with their friends, and meet
new people in doing so. This year one of the
club's big events was participating in the Walk
For Hunger in Boston.
KEY CLUB MEMBERS: Danielle Damren, John Sleight,
Julie Moloy, Cara Henderson, Allyson Dwan, Caltlin
Adamakis, Nicole Lania, Yalsa Rostamnezhad, Juliana
Ucuz, Leah Lessard, Megan Isberg, Toni Harding,
Leigh Ronan, Erica NangeronI, Francesca DIBenedictis,
Keelln Henderson, Michael Burton, Caitlln Delorey,
Erica Sweeney, Fahad Munlr, Ravi Yelleswarapu, Jullane
Nguyen, Julia Bornstein, Calla Tiberl, Tenna Launle,
Michelle Milano, Lucy Fan, Tim Lally, Yuanwen Liang,
Misha Beatty, Annie Qln, Ullas Rao, Leigha Valentine
Jennifer Dello-Russo, Paige Moscow
"IT'S A GREAT
• Leigha Valentine
chance to cnaiienge
myself, while meet-
ing new people. It
also teaches me new
Math Team is a fun club in which students
focus on their mathematics skills while
competing amongst students from several dif-
ferent high schools. Westwood's is a Division
Two team and practices and prepares dilegently
to get ready for competitions. The club mem-
bers challenge each other, and push themselves
to increase the intensity level of the problems
they attempt, and decrease the amount of time
it takes them to solve them. At competitions
they race against other schools complete prob-
MATH TEAM MEMBERS: Marina Shkuratov, Tony Xia,
Krishna Yelleswarapu, Ravi Yelleswarapu, Allison Lim,
Stephen Zeng, Nina Zafar, Jeannie Cheng, Adam Walker,
Sanna Huang, Stephen Weinrich, Chris Tso
86 Green Years
he Science Team provides students tlie op-
portunity to participate in competitions and
interact with students from other schools while
exploring their interest in science. Students
demonstrate their abilities, and expand on their
knowledge through such challenges as building
robots and cantilevered structures, and cultivat-
ing DNA. Though it is a competitive environment,
it is also very welcoming of new members, and
a great place to expand your knowledge in the
scientific fields of study
FRONT ROW (L-R): Sarina Huang, Jacky Martin, Stephen Zeng, Don Liang, Ehren
Wong MIDDLE ROW: Vincent Musto, Omar Hadzipasic, Tony Xia BACK ROW: Ms.
Potus, Mr. Geary, Ravi Yelleswarapu, Stephen Weinrich, Krishna Yelleswarapu, Adam
Walker, John Cuozzo, Nadeem Istfan, Alex Young
Jazz band is an extracurricular activity that
meets one night every week. It is a selec-
tive band, for w/hich members must audition
to be accepted. Led by Mr. Giurleo, students
perform rock, jazz, funk and other popular
music styles. This year they performed at both
the spring and winter concerts. One of their
most popular songs is "Play that Funky Mu-
sic White Boy", which usually gets the whole
crowd singing along. Additionally, Jazz Band
performed at Encounters with the Arts and
concerts for community groups.
El Club de Espanol Is a fun club where mem-
bers diversify their global knowledge of
Spanish-speaking countries. They watch cultural
movies, and American movies in Spanish, and go
out to Spanish speaking restaurants. Addition-
ally, they have pen pals in both Spain and Ecua-
dor This spring some Spanish Club members ran
a "mini course" at the Martha Jones Elementary
School, where they taught kindergarten through
second grade Spanish. This fall, Spanish Club
created and distributed a literary newspaper
about Spain in which members wrote about a
variety of topics.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Jennifer Lavoie, Rebecca Morgan MIDDLE ROW: Camiile Har-
rington, Holly Griffin, Aliyson Dwan, Samantha DeTore, Cara Henderson, Michelle
Whelan, Nicole Fiorino, Megan Porter, Kathleen Harrington, Samantha Mulligan BACK
ROW: Ms. Testa, Matt Hurley, Jessica Burns, Danielle Stein, Xander Ventola, Erin
O'Connor, Amy Friel NOT PICTURED: Katie Glover, Alisha Patel, Erin King, Sarah
The Foreign Language Honor Society awards
membership to recognize students' excep-
tional achievement in a foreign language. Stu-
dents are invited to become members after their
sophomore year based on their performance in
either Spanish, French, or Latin. This past fall
members were inducted and recognized, dur-
ing the National Foreign Language Week. The
Foreign Language department teachers hosted
the ceremonies, and many gave speeches and
congratulated the new inductees.
LATIN: Mariah Arnold, Alan Baryudin, Amy Bean, Sean Broderick, Michael Burton, Audra Cabey, Nastasha
Casale, Kelly Casey, Corey Christian, Nicholas Citrone, Bradford Cushnnan, Michelle Farrell, Matthew Ferren, Russell Gutterson,
Chandler Hall, Andrew Ju, John tally, Catherine Loftus, Courtney McLaughlin, Paige Moscow, Bridget Norris, Alisha Patel,
Ashley Riordan, Rian Rossetti, Arya Sharifzadeh, John Trakas, Robert Ventura, Michelle Whelan FRENCH: Benjamin Anderson,
Mia Augis, George Balekjian, Michelle Beatty, Sam Boosalis, Michael Burton, Nicole Campion, Kelly Casey, John Cuozzo, Nilo
Fallah-Sohy, Rebecca Gentilli, Elizabeth Haffey, Hannah Hammond, Melissa Haughn, Nadeem Istfan, John Kelly, Emma Krause,
John Lally, James Looney, Charlotte Malin, John Massad, Rebecca McClellan, John McDonald, Mary McDonnell, Anokhee
Mepani, Julie Moloy, Jacqueline Morra, Sarah Muellers, Erica Nangeroni, Evan Rees, Camille Rogers, Neggin Rostamnezhad,
John Sheehan, Hilary Sugg, Elizabeth Teebagy, Robert Ventura, Adam Walker, Allison Wittch, Knshna Yelleswarapu, Ravitheja
lelleswarapu SPANISH: Juniors - Elizabeth Abraham, Thomas Ahearn, Manah Arnold, Philip Azeredo, Patrick Bowler, Dan-
ielle Bradley, Sean Broderick, Audra Cabey, Corey Christian, Bradford Cushman, Sarah DeAngelis, Kelly Donlon, Lauren Drew,
Malachy Duffy, Matthew Ferren, Kathleen Harrington, Cara Henderson, Lambsey Hoang, Sarina Huang, Alexander Kessler, Erin
King, Jennifer Lavoie, Allison Lim, Catherine Loftus, Courtney McLaughlin, Ries McQuillan, Rebecca Morgan, Paige Moscow,
Samantha Mulligan, Bridget Murphy, Bridget Norris, Juliane Nguyen, Olivia O'Leary, Christina Papianou, Paul Pender, Brian
Perkins, Olivia Powers, Annie Qin, Ashley Riordan, Allison Ristaino, Adnenne Rose, Rian Rossetti, Nina Shapiro, Rachel Stanke,
Frederick Tonsberg, Jr, Alexander Ventola, Madeline Walsh, Stephen Weinreich, Michelle Whelan, Meaghan Winn Seniors -
Daniel Abbott, Janelle Argiros, Amy Bean, Angelica Belezos, Kevin Boettger, Andrew Boylan, Kyle Brew, Matthew Burke, Sarah
Chen, Joshua Cheung, Eva Christopherson, Hannah Cohn, Brendan Crowe, Danielle Damren, Scott Deslisle, Cassandra Devin,
Arianna DiBenedetto , Jamie Doyle, James Drew, Michael Fafara, Jennifer Franchi, Christopher Graves, Catherine Greenwood,
Amy Halkett, Sami Hamdan, Yujin Hamill, Melanie Hedal, Joseph Hiltz-Maher, Abigail Holler, Anna Koban, Matthew Koban,
Mary Laughna, Victoria Lee, Stuart Leibson, Anna Lentz, Patrick Maher, Krista McGinnis, Matthew McGrath, Brian Molloy, Vin-
cent Musto, Erin Nanna, Gary Novoson, Cynthia O'Brien, Katelyn Raftery, Alan Royer, Matthew Sawyer, All Schroeder, Michelle
Shang, Afsheen Sharifzadeh, Arya Sharifzadeh, Lana Sharuk, Molly Shea, Stephanie Sukennik, Kathryn Sullivan-Trainor, Ryan
Walsh, Brooke Whalen, Kara Wiggin, Jacob Williams, Ian, Wright, Tony XIa, Stephen Zeng, Matthew Zola ^^
New to Westwood High School this year, Collegivm Latinvm had a suc-
cessful and enjoyable year. Compromised of both students who take
Latin class and those who don't, it unites all those who are interested
in learning more about Roman culture and lifestyle. Meetings generally
begin with Dr Zarrow talking about what they might do. Then they may
watch a movie or engage in more rigorous activities. The highlight of the
year for many members of Latin Club was the Chariot Race, where they
built a chariot with four "horses," and they brought it outside to race in
the school parking lot as bystanders looked on in both confusion and ad-
miration. Students took turns riding the chariot and pulling the chariot,
and some even dressed in costume. Latin Club is looking forward to a
fun year next year as well, filled with new projects and activities!
FRONT ROW (L-R): Mike Chirokas, Matt Ferren, Alison Murplny, Michelle Wlielan, Alislna
Patel, Rebecca McClellan BACK ROW: Dr Zarrow, Robert Ventura, Matt Kenney, Kevin
Luc, Adam Wall<er, Dylan Demora, John Trakas, Chandler Hall, Brad Cushman, J.T. Kelly
"IT'S A CLUB
where 1 can experience
what it would be like to
be a witness to a crime
or a lawyer cross-exam-
ining another witness.
That's something that I
think is cool."
Students at WHS interested In criminal justice and other areas of law
test their reasoning and rhetoric skills as members of the Mock Tri-
als Team. They prepare arguments for both the prosecution and the
defense of a case, not knowing which one the will they be challenged
to present until the day of the trial. Their goals are to practice hard and
study to be prepared for the three trials they attend In real courtrooms
and run by practicing judges at Stoughton District Court. The case they
dealt with this year was a murder surrounding an Iraqi War Veteran who
se plea was insanity due to post traumatic stress syndrome. For two of
the three trials, the WHS team argued the prosecution. This year Mock
Trials won one of their three matches, and had a great time doing It.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Tony Xia, Neggin Rostamnezhad, Afsheen Sharifzadeh, Marina
Shkuratov BACK ROW: Allison Lim, Gary Novoson, John Trakas, Adam Walker, Justin
Lee, J.T. Kelly NOT PICTURED: George Balekjian, Denisa Ikonomi, Anokhee Mepani,
Arya Sharifzadeh, Sami Hamdan, Matthew Werth, Bele Wariboko, Jing Li
The Wesfwood Wire
Each month, the Westwood Wire staff produces a newspaper covering
a variety of topics. During meetings, members discuss and select top-
ics to be included in the paper. Once members complete their articles,
the staff meets again to edit and finalize their articles. The Westwood
Wire Is the compilation of each member's hard work and passion for writ-
ing. This year, the paper has featured articles on topics such as sports,
theater and school happenings. It strives to keep the school updated on
current events while providing entertainment for readers.
FRONT ROW/ (L-R): Allison Lim, Steven McCarthy, Sarina Huang, Anokh Palakurthi,
Will Scarpa, A.J. Sadler, Madeline Bugeau-Heartt, Marina Shkuratov, Caitlin DeLorey,
Ms. Whelan, Ms. Aykanian NOT PICTURED: Julia Kane, Nicole Lania, Kathryn Gil-
\liland, Justin Lee, Sam Boosalis, Anthony Antonellis, Nick Qtrone, Arya SharifZadeh
The Juggling Club centers around the art form
of juggling. The club is driven by the talents i
and enthusiasm of founders Matthew Werth and
Joshua Cheung. They are constantly learning
new tricks, stunts, and skills which they perform
at school functions and events and share with
new members. Josh and Matt have been a staple
at past pep rallies, diversity day, and other local
events in Westwood. Members meet weekly to '
learn and polish new yo-yo tricks. The club wel-
comes both experienced and new yo-yo'ers who
are interested in the art. Matt and Josh's rou-
tines are always creative, innovative, and keep ,
the crowd very entertained.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Sami Hamdan, Matthew Werth, Joshua Cheung, Sam Boosalis,
Victoria Lee MIDDLE ROW: Christopher Sullivan-Trainor, Stephen Zeng, Shannon Mc-
Carthy, Ryan McCarthy BACK ROW: Mark Prokes, Elidi Chan, Matthew Muellers, Bele
Wariboko, Alanna Rasl<in, Narayana Yelleswarapu, Lisa Majid
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Encouraging a more environmentally friendly lifestyle and protecting
our fragile environment from pollution are the goals of Ecolibrium, or
EcoClub. This club is comprised of a group of driven students working
to make our planet a better place. The group is tight knit in its quest for
a greener world. During meetings, this club discusses current problems
with the environment and finds ways they can help fix them. However,
the members do far more than just talk about the issues- they set out
and take action! EcoClub has participated in write-a-thons, arranged the
"Will It Recycle?" campaign, introduced teracycle boxes in the cafeteria
and contributed in clean-ups. Their continual goal is to make the world
we all live in a better, greener, and more eco-effective environment.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Sami Hamdan, Matt Muellers, Sarah Muellers, Julian Zamudio-
Herrera, Jacqui Morra, Lisa Majid, Kathryn Gilliland, Sabrina Farley, Mrs. Maresh
The goals of Debate Club are to develop criti-
cal thinking and commnunication skills, and
to develop the ability to construct effective ar-
guments. The group meets in the evenings to
discuss a wide variety of topics and practice both
formal and informal debate. This club is both fun
and educational with real world applications.
Shayan Salam, Will Spears, Jake Indursky, Eric Dahl,
Delaney Russell, Matt Haddad
The Anime Club strives to learn about Japa-
nese culture by watching Anime, reading
Manga and learning about traditions within the
culture. This year Anime Club started a new
tradition, by picking a new theme anime every
month. Anime Boston is the big event club mem-
bers look forward to where people dress up, and
you can purchase Manga and anime memora-
bilia. Learning about a new culture and art form
is fun. Watching Anime is only part of the experi-
ence. It lis also about making best friends, and
FRONT ROW (L-R): Kathryn Gilliland, Shannon McCarthy, Ada Wong, Ehren Wong,
Jenny Young, Becky Farley MIDDLE ROW: Sabrina Farley, Sarah Muellers, Lisa Majid,
Taolun Guo BACK ROW: Alex Yong, Jason DeMarinis, Mark Prokes, Matt Mullers,
Thomas Mandeville NOT PICTURED Dorian Oberstein, Julian Zamudio, Peter Cam-
^ pion, Jacky Martin, Brianna Bates, Hilary Hui, Don Liang, Emily Bailakis
. t me Closer to
lie I did not know
Photography club brings kids from every grade
together, with many different interests,
personalities, and extracurricular activities,
but with one common interest-- Photos! Every
week the members are assigned various topics
of what to take pictures of, to challenge them-
selves. Then at the next meeting they review
the pictures on the projector, and give con- 1
structive criticism. This year Photo Club took
pictures for "No Parenthesis", Westwood Wire,
the Westwood fiscal report, and Art and Nature
in Westwood. A Westwood inspired calendar. Ad-
ditionally they went on fieldtrips to local ponds,
farms, and Hale Reservation.
ENJOY " ' ^
to imf>reve my eye. It
is a way to express my-
self with art because
I have no drawing or
96 Green Years
The Gay-Straight-Alliance strives to create a more accepting environ-
ment for ever/one, regardless of sexual orientation or gender iden-
tity. This year they hosted The Day of Silence, which is when students
choose not to speak for an entire school day to represent the impact it
has when someone is forced to keep quiet about who they really are.
This courageous act shows the oppression that many young people have
to face, because they are not welcomed in their community for being
who they are.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Alisha Patel, Peter Campion, Shannon McCarthy, Sarah Muellers, Amy Bean, Kathryn Gillian,
Allison Ristaino, Lisa Majid, Lizzie Mason Mrs. Poreda MIDDLE ROW: Sarah Muellers, Scott Delisle, Mr. Chatterton,
Mr. Howard, Mr Mao BACK ROW: Jaqui Morra, Ms. Witzberg NOT PICTURED: Bridget Murphy
FRONT ROW (L-R): Michael Sharry BACK ROW: Brad Baldwin, Amy Friel, Gabi Mes-
sina, Danielle Stein, Katie Sullivan-Trainor NOT PICTURED: Matt Hurley, Lauren Drew,
Westwood Ambassadors represent the
WHS community and serve as role
models to the incoming freshmen and other
new students. They went down to the middle
school in February to help out with course
selections, and then gave tours of the high
school in June. Additionally, they had a Holi-
day Party to welcome students who were new
to Westwood High School; they paired up and
built gingerbread houses together.
"IT'S GREAT TO
FRONT ROW (L-R): Maggie Barzin, Sarah Cucchiara, Alexandra Mealey, Victoria
Harding, Allyson Dwan MIDDLE ROW: Chad Giacchetto, Nicky Pettit, Anne Lally,
Christina Koutris, Lambsey Hoang, Rebecca McClellan, Bridget Norris, Colleen
Laughter, Angelica Belezos, Juliane Nguyen, Patrick Mahr, Ms. Bowe, James Berluti,
Jamie Doyle, Casey Smith, Becca Morgan, Kelley Steeves, Rachel Berluti, Kara
Belinsky BACK ROW: Casey McLaughlin
Junior Book Club
Formulated in the hopes of fostering a love for
reading, the Junior Book Club has certainly
achieved their goal this year. Under the guid-
ance of Ms.Brackman and Ms.Whelan, members
of the club read a critically acclaimed book each
term and come together to discuss it. Students
exude excitement, energy, and passion while
discussing their books and many find that read-
ing actually can be fun! This year's books include
Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt, The Book Thief
by Marcus Zusak, Hot Shots and Heavy Hits by
Paul E. Doyle, and The Good Earth by Pearl S.
98 Green Years
FRONT ROW (L-R): J.T Kelly Ms. Brackman, Kathleen Harrington, Misha Beatty, Alisha Patel, Allison Urn,
Cara Henderson, Alison Murphy, Courtney McLaughlin, Paige Moscow, Kelsey Hession, Annie Qin, Emma
Krause, Penny Pease BACK ROW: Sarah Cuchiarra, Kelly Rich, Maddy Randolph, Juliane Nguyen, Liz
Abraham, Lauren Drew
We the People
We the People is the school's political newspaper-- the staff docu-
ments important government, environmental and social issues
and conflicts on local, national, and international scales. At a typical
meeting, the staff will brainstorm potential topics, debate issues, and
raise new ideas for the layout (a new cartoon or word search for ex-
ample.) "We the People" consistently put out a new issue every two
months throughout the school yean This year the staff also put out
Westwood's first "We the Onion", which was a comical satire edition.
They typically meet once every two weeks, and under the advisement
of Mr Shuman put out thought provoking articles that inform the rest
of the WHS community of what is going on in the world now.
FRONT: Joshua Cheung MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Shuman, Elizabeth Haffey, Nina Zafar,
Danielle Stem BACK ROW: A.J. Sadler, Sam Boosalis, Sami Hamdan
NOT PICTURED: Matthew Werth, Julia Kane
This year's dance team stepped it up when
they performed at the basketball games in
the Fall and Winter They incorporated stepping
moves, and combined several different t/pes
of dance including hip-hop, jazz, modern, step,
and rhythmic. They made a mix for their per-
formances and the main song was "Let's Ride"
by Chingy, giving the routine a hip-hop vibe to
it. The team mixed it up this year by rehearsing
with the Step Team, and therefore each learned
new moves and techniques from the other
FRONT ROW (L-R): Rebecca Gentilli, Nilo Fallah-Sohy, Molly Shea, Arianna
DiBenedetto, Sami Hamdan, Ms. Brackman BACK ROW: Andrew Boylan,
Camille Rogers, Afsheen Sharifzadeh, Matt Burke, Scott Delisle, Ar/a
Sharifzadeh, Cameron Johnston
In the summer of 2009, twelve Honor-Level English seniors will
join Ms. Brackman on a six week long study abroad trip to Eng-
land. There, they will take classes at Oxford University- Wadham
College, tour the historic buildings and famous locations, and get
a feel for the city's culture. They will enroll in 400-level English
literature courses worth three transferable college credits. This
year the two courses being offered are "The Oxford Fantasists,"
and "The Complete Jane Austin." It is sure to be an unforgetta-
ble, enjoyable, and education experience for everyone involved.
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Sarina Huang, Chenelle Baker,
Allsha Patel, Daquira Ingram, Marjorie Juste NOT PIC-
TURED: Molly Foster, Neggin Rostamnezhad
Chess Club is the place to go play against wor-
thy opponents, and grab a lollipop on a Friday
afternoon. Members meet to play and develop
chess skills. Some members compete with play-
ers from other schools. They accept and welcome
all members whether they are seasoned pros or
just want to try something different. No expe-
rience is needed to have fun in this club. This
year chess club enjoyed their time by listening
to classical music selected by the club's advisor
National Honor Society
National Honor Society is a national organi-
zation which recognizes students for their
scholarship, leadership, character, and service.
At Westwood High School students are invited
to apply if they have a weighted GPA of 5.0 or
higher, and if they exhibit the four core val-
ues of NHS. Each member of NHS is expected
to complete forty hours of community service.
Some of the hours are completed as a group and
some are done individually. Group activities this
year included guiding freshmen on building tours
during the opening school days and sponsoring,
organizing, and running a blood drive.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Kelsey Thornton, Danielle Damren, Evan Rees, Scott Delisle, John Sheehan, James Berluti, Ryan Walsh, Arya Sharifzadeh,
Kathryn Martin, Russell Gutterson, Kyle Brew SECOND ROW: Mary Mcdonnell, Alex Moin, Arianna DiBenedetto, Sarah Matthews, Anna Lentz, Nick
Citrone, Krista McGinnis, Angelica Belezos, Hannah Hammond, Laura Teehan, Nicole Campion, Jamie Doyle, Yujin Hamill THIRD ROW: Rebecca
Gentilli, John Cuozzo, Joseph Hiltz-Maher, Matthew Koban, Gary Novoson, Matthew Zola, Narayana Yelleswarapu, Justin Lee, Omar Hadzipasic,
Jonathan Neimann, Chris Sullivan-Trainor, Vincent Musto, Sarah Chen FOURTH ROW: Christaphor Graves, Tony Xia, Abigail Holler, Lana Sharuk,
Katie Sullivan-Trainor, Kevin Boettger, Elizabeth Haffey, Sami Hamdan, Michael Burton, Kathyrn Aloisio, Stephen Zeng, Matthew Werth, Sam
Boosalis, Afsheen Sharifzadeh BACK ROW: Melanie Hedal, Amy Bean, Victoria Lee, Julia Kane, Jillian London, Kara Wiggin, Hillary Sugg, Camille
Rogers, Neggin Rostamnezhad, Julie Moloy, Erin Nanna, Nilo Fallah-Sohy, Molly Shea, Anokhee Mepani
100 Green Years
Everyone arrives in an array of scatter-minded entrances between 2:02 and 2:10 still hazy from
the school day but ready to have a good time. The club starts by brainstorming, creating and
writing an original one act play, or group of cohesive skits. After writing and casting we spend our
time blocking and preparing for the "After Dinner Theater Performance." Additionally, drama club
performs skits within the elementary schools using puppets, that promote disability awareness,
as well as performing at Encounters with the Arts. This year's show was "Harry Potter and the
What If's," combining the members' interest in both Harry Potter and fairytales.
FRONT ROW (L-R) Danielle Stein, Rebecca McClellan BACK ROW: Jackie Martin, A.I Sadler, Mary McDonnell, Brian
i Molloy, Hannah Hammond, Sabrina Farley NOT PICTURED: Madeline Bugeau-Heartt, 3.T. Kelly, Elizabeth Haffey,
I Nick Damren, Becky Farley, Sarah Hogan, Sarah Angelici
If a tree falls in the woods
and there is no one there
to hear it, did it make a
noise? Character is who
you are when you are
alone and you are free
from trying to prove
yourself to others. Who
you are when no one is
looking is the true test
of the strength of your
character and the depth
of your conscience.
Scholarship is a whole lot
more than striving for a
perfect GPA; it is having
an interest in learning,
both in a traditional edu-
cation and learning about
the world around us all.
Scholarship means learn-
ing because you want to
learn, not because you
need to learn.
We plan on becoming
leaders in the increas-
ingly global community
of the modern world. If
each of us remembers as
we go forward that the
mark of a great leader is
his ability to know when
to be a leader and when
to let someone else lead,
then I have no doubt that
we can each fulfill our
Sei^ice is an attitude and
to better the lives of
those around us -- the
most sincere gift we can
give. Through service,
we can change not only
ourselves, but our peers,
our school, our com-
munity, our nation, and
"Since seniors' last day
of classes, everyday I roll
out of bed (no shower
necessary), bring Liza her
second coffee, and settle
in for the whole day. I
love Harassing people for
quotes and ambushing
"'I've met some of the
greatest people at
yearbook. We have so
much fun laughing at
just about everything
and I could probably sing
any CD Liza plays. The
yearbookers have become
my 2nd family; I think I
spend more weekends
with them than with my
real family. Yearbook is a
place where I can relax
and enjoy the things I
like to do. I would never
trade the experiences I've
had or the people I've
met. We work like CRAZY
but in the end it's always
■'You know we've had a
productive day when we
run out of CD's . "
■■Finally getting a list of
club members makes
chasing a teacher to his/
her car, or interrupting a
staff meeting worth while.
Placing a picture gives me
-noun - A memorial book published yearly, containing informaton about ttie previous year.
-verb - To create, with toil, exertion, and care a much anticipated and cherished publica-
tion by planning, preparing the content, photographing, Photoshopping, re-sizing, placing
thoughtfully selected and individually re-sized-in-Photoshop photos into pages, designing,
laying-out, brainstorming, editing, proofreading, list-making, sensoring, catfeinating, sched-
uling, announcing, meeting, learning, re-learning, teaching someone else, "what should I do
next?" three-hole-punching, printing, highlighting, sticky-noting, scanning, spell-checking,
"who's that kid'" (identif/ing faces in photos), selecting photos, color-adjusting, resolution-
changing, downloading, organizing, labeling, postaging, addressing, paper-cutting, sugar-
loading, photocopying, collating senior kits, writing captions, entertaining ideas, fielding
complaints, staying late, staying really late, coming in early, coming in on Saturday, coming
in on Saturday of vacation, writing announcements, interviewing students and faculty, mov-
ing pages, re-arranging layouts, e-mailing students & coaches & advisors, crafting headlines,
designing t/pe, moving everything on the server to the "new server" then moving it back to
the old server . then panicking that we lost everything, dedication-speech writing, superlative
counting, thank you note writing, group-photo scheduling, chart-making, calendar up-dating,
application reviewing, color palette selecting, hundreds of senior expressions proofreading,
parent ad designing, list typing, CF card erasing, event attending, "I forgot to save", "no-
body covered that?" double-checking, tnple-checking, portrait-identifying, alphabetizing, cat-
egorizing, photo re-touching. Senior Kit stuffing. Dedication-nomination tallying. Illustrator
creating, delegating, debating, college plans tracking, postcard mailing, book selling, order
tracking, Ixxjk distributing, paper-star-cutting, theme developing, visual reference-collecting,
check depositing, senior portrait placing, assigning jobs, learning software, organizing digital
files, activity describing, tee-shirt: designing, pleading with students to turn-things in on time,
opening mail from parents, writing memos, wnting meeting agendas, chasing down photos,
chasing down staff, placing phone calls, telephone interviewing, stocking, translating Icelan-
dic song lyrics (really!), sorting through 35,302 pictures (really!), grey spot filling, checking,
re-checking, checking one more time, .typing this sentence, then racing to FedEx...
see also - labor of love
There's nothing Uke being .tt>al* guy who can
for the team.
Interview with Senior Will Scannell and Matt Sawyer
Tell us about a typical practice. Play 9 holes jovially, recreate a
match atmosphere: playing match play and best ball.
Are there particular drills/activities which the team loves? ...
dreads? We love bus rides, chipping contests and 21, and team
dinners. We love blue orchid runs. The Nally Open is cool too.
It's a free club tournament that we play in v/hen a match gets
rained out. Dreads: play-
ing at Ponkapoag.
Describe a ream-bnnding
On the van rides we listen
to music and talk about
what is going on in our
^^^^^^^ lives at the time. Luke
ti^ff^^^^^^^^ provides comic relief
^^T^^^^^^^^fc which is some times ac-
^ Jf ^^1 ceptable. We crack jokes
while listening to Hall
and Oates. Post-match
team dinners: Mickey
D's, Islington Pizza "low
cost, great taste".
What does the day of a
match feel like' A normal
day because we don't
dress up, but we are ex-
^ cited and nervous.
Take us through the
Is there something different during school? We are
one of the only teams not to dress up for games. We love getting
out of school 20 minutes early, then we change in the parking lot
and hop in the van.
What are the routines for pre-match? Putting competitions,
chipping, strategy, and games of 21
Do any individuals on the team have pre-match rituals? Will and
Alex talk to Brendan Crowe at Norfy and Matt Sawyer doesn't
eat on match days.
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FRONT ROW |L-R|; Nick Hawes, Conor Delaney, Colin Arnpnester, Luke Devin, Christian Heaney-Secord, John Trakas. Danny
Troy, Stuard Leibson, Cam Harding, Alex Moin, Mike Sharry (C|, Brendan Leahy (C), Eric Peterson, Chris Pond, Andrew Boylan,
Mike Burton, John Sleight, Cody Whalen BACK ROW: Ben Glaser, Eric Dahl. Williann Spear, Stephen Weinreich, Sean Broderick,
Kevin Walsh, John McCarthy, Tommy Hu, Dylan Terry, Joshua Goldberg, Patrick Sleight, Jimmy Looney, John McDonald, Derek
Tucceri, Phil Azeredo, Jacob Indursky, Nadeem Istfan, Scott Sykowski, Anokh Palakurthi NOT PICTURED: Andy Young
106 Green Years
leg of any race is always the hardest, I — I but someon e is alwa ys
there telling you not to give up - you can't wimp out.
Interview with Senior Brendan Leahy
Tell us about a typical practice. We
would typically run up to five miles a
day, whether it was a five mile run or
a work out which was short distances
that added up to five miles. The lon-
gest distance we would run would be
Are there particular drills/activities
which the team loves? ...dreads? Work-
outs mostly because they were fast
paced and the coach would watch us.
We would love long runs because we
would slack off since our coach didn't
go with us.
Describe a team-bonding activity. For
our first pasta dinner at the Sharry's,
we threw the freshmen and any other
new comers into the pool for initiation
onto the team.
What does the day of a meet feel like? School seems so much longer
because of the anxiety.
Do any individuals on the team have pre-meet rituals? Mike Sharry
and I would always be in the middle of the huddle and dedicate the
meet to a previous teammate.
Describe the most memorable meet of the season. Medfield, it was
raining at first, but then cleared up and there was a decent crowd
for a X-C meet.
Why was it memorable? We had never beat Medfield before, we had
a chance to win, but our team fell apart on the last mile.
Seniors, what will you miss most? Pretending to run long-distance
runs, Sharry and I being best friends, and showing freshman the
shortcuts to take on runs.
What advice would you offer underclassmen? Work hard, get a
good sweat in, and it will pay off in the end.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Steph Greeley, Yujin Hamill, Julia Kane, Steph Sukennik. Cassie Devin, Jamie Doyle, Janelle Argiros (C), Sarah Matthews,
Neggin Rostamnezhad, Kathryn Martin. Cindy O'brien, Laura Teehan (C). Sandy Brooks, Kim Pettit (C), Anna Koban, Laura Brooks BACK ROW;
Anna Ribas, Katie Ginsberg, Leah Schroeder, Sophie Karpf, Audra Cabey, Neha Basu, Yalda Rostamnezhad, Kathleen Harnngton, Rachel
Stanke, Jackie Cooke, Rachael Keating, Megan Isberg, Maggie Barzin, Dani Bradley, Chnstina Papianou, Sarah Bams, Erin McManus, Lydia
O'Brien NOT PICTURED: Jenna Aswad, Hillary Hui
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' * ^
Our coach tells us to always
and concentrate on catching up and passing the person in
front of you.
Interview with Seniors Janelle Ar^iros and Laura Teehan
Tell us about a typical practice. A typi-
cal practice consists of stretches in a
circle, drills in lines, a pushup circuit,
and depending on the difficulty of the
practice, at least a two-mile run fol-
lowed by stretches and a cool down
Are there particular drills/activities
which the team loves? ...dreads? The
team loved the short runs of course!
We dreaded uphill workouts and the
pushup circuit. Leg throws were the
worst. Leg throws are wicked hard ab
Describe a team-bonding activity. One
specific event was a bonfire at Laura
-Laura Teehan. Senioi
Brooks' house. We all sat around a fire eating, bonding, and becoming
closer as a team.
What does the day of a meet feel like?
I think like any sport, there's some excitement and stress to try hard.
Since we do dress-up days, the team gets more excited to beat the
Any injuries? Laura Brooks had a stress fracture, but she never com-
plained. She still fully supported the team in any way she could.
Seniors: What will you miss most? I will miss the pasta dinners, the
easy runs, and the girls on the team.
What advice would you offer underclassmen? Even if practices seem
hard and it may be too difficult to feel motivated, just try your best
and push through.
Green Years 1 09
A good field hockey player
is someone who is disciplined and has a lot
Interview with Senior Lauren Hillber^
It's a lot of strategy, not just skills.
Tell us about a typical practice Practices started at 3 pm everyday
and no later. We would always start out with our usual runs and
move into drills and more conditioning. We rarely were ever just
Are there particular drills/activities which the team loves? ...
During the season we had field hockey Olympics, and everyone en-
joyed it. On the other hand there was one drill we did dread. It
was called the circle drill and by the end of it we were all crying
Describe a team-bonding activity.
Even though it was after the season we had a team sleepover at
Kara Wiggins' house where everyone shared their deepest darkest
secrets, ate a lot, and didn't sleep.
Describe the most memorable game of the season.
The most memorable game of the season would definitely be when we played
Why was it memorable? We thought we were going to win but it came down to
penalty strokes, and we lost!
To seniors, what will you miss most?
I will miss everything about Westwood Field Hockey, our bus rides when Kerri and
I would sing "It's All Coming Back to Me Now," Wilson being the best coach, and
our games under the lights.
What advice would you offer underclassmen?
All I can say to the underclassmen is BEAT MEDFIELD and MEDWAY no m|iy:er. • • * * '
FRONT ROW (L-R|: Julia Germano (C), Amanda Sestito (C), Krista McGinnJs (C| MIDDLE
ROW: Angelica Belezos, Victoria Laham, Jennifer Franchi, Amanda Poche, Elena DiMento
BACK ROW: Coach Hochman, Cate Nesbitt, Jill O'Brien, Sam Sestito, Maddy Randolph,
Melissa Haughn, Coach Murphy
— *#t^^^ •
FRONT ROW (L-R): Michelle Milano, Bridget Norris, Leigh Ronan MIDDLE ROW: Christa
Demovellan. Rachel Masotta, Ashley Riordan, Leigha Valentine, Molly McLaughlin BACK
ROW: Stephanie Murphy, Erica Sweeney. Leah Lessard, Rachel Berluti, Amanda Thomas
NOT PICTURED: Catherine Loftus, Amy Friel, Allison Ristaino
FRONT ROW (L-R): Valentina Wigozki, Paulina Chin. Alicia McLeod MIDDLE ROW: Emileigh
Rau, Madeline Conway, Kristine Kay BACK ROW: Carol Han, Bele Warbiboko, Elizabeth
Trakas, Jing Li, Nicole Gallagher, Coach Murphy NOT PICTURED: Chrisanthe Salemis
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At the end of the-game, win or loose, we
left our attitudes
on the court and
laughed it off.
Interview with Seniors Krista McCinnis and Victoria Latiam
Tell us about a typical practice.
We were either in the great-
est moods or the worst moods.
"When you put a big group of
girls together mood swings are
in the fine print" Petah was
always matching better than
any of the girls. We did lots of
scrimmaging, serving drills, and
Are there particular drills/ac-
tivities which the team loves? ...
dreads? We loved the wave and
bus rides. We dreaded running
up and down the bleachers.
Describe a team-bonding activ-
ity. Team sleepover at Vikki's!!!
Pasta dinners at Krittas. We
loved the apple pie!
What does the day of a match feel like? Lots of hair braiding,
energy drinks, and christys runs for subs
What are the routines for pre-match? We would run out to "Make
It Rain" while warming up in attempts to intimidate the other
Describe the most memorable match of the season. The away
match at Bellingham because we won! Their fans were talking
smack on the bench so it felt good to win. Then we went to
Vikki's for a team sleepover where we ate pizza.
Why was it memorable?
Because we won! It was 1 out of 3 wins.
To seniors, what will you miss most?
Playing the best sport in the world with some of your best
What advice would you offer underclassmen?
Do lots of summer camps! For the ambitious ones: lift weights,
run and tone up.
Green Years 1 13
FRONT ROW (L-R): Matt Harney. Brian O'Connor(C), Michael Fafara(C), Jimmy Filbin,
Ryan Walsh, Ralph Bruno, Max Smith(C), Steven Calobrisi, James BerlutilCl, Tyler Schock,
Rob Bambini, Jamal Hill NOT PICTURED: Steven Clerge
FRONT ROW (L-R): Cameron Gulczynski, Peter Frangiadakis, Tommy Ahem, Alex Contreras-Gonzalez,
Peter Radonich, Jordan MacPherson, Christopher Rodenbush, Joe Pellegrini, Yuanwen Liang, Anthony
Burden, Wes Adams BACK ROW: Virtor Maccow, Paul Pender, Matt Vend, George Georgaklis, Pat
Bowler, Chris Robertson, Kevin Luo, Chris Adams, Bnan Perkins, DaveMilano, Paul Hanley
FRONT ROW (L-R): William Smith, Arnett Bracy, David Decenzo, Brad Adams, Anthony
Antonellis, Charlie Audi BACK ROW: Davieson Annis, Brett Egizi. Michael Hallion, David
Von Euw, Kevin Liebrock, Kyle Fedorowicz NOT PICTURED: Sean Amaru, Sam Cutler, Nasuf
Dizdari, Isaac Rice, Patrick Walsh
FRONT ROW (L-R): Peter Halkett, John Dullea, Terrence Hams-Hughes, Stephen LeSage, Joseph Walsh,
Thomas Hanley Brendan Dalton, Chris Colby MIDDLE ROW: Sean Nocera. Jake Zapcic, Ryan Neville,
Michael Papianou. Kyle White, Andrew Fiumedora, Matt Cannon, Will Jennings, Kevin Nangeroni,
Denn Ahigian, Michael Phillips BACK ROW: Mike Keane, Enk Brakke, Nick Wisialko, Joseph Cushman,
John Khan, Daniel Sonkowski, Glenn Parsons, Derrick St. Hill, Pat Bowe, Pat Busa, Morgan Walker, Kurt
Walker, Richard McDonough NOT PICTURED: Sean Fitzgerald
114 Green Years
/^ /O You feel like you're playing
/ntervjew with "iemors Brian O'Connor and Max Smith
Tell us about a typical practice. Stretching, form run-
ning, stations (conditioning), offensive individual (posi-
tion drills), offensive team scout defense, defensive in-
dividual (position drills), defensive team scout offense,
special teams practice, and sprints.
Are there particular drills which the team loves? ...
dreads? Love = hitting drills, one on one
Dreads = stations, sprints
Describe a team-bonding activity. Time in the locker
room / weight room, pasta dinners
What does the day of a game feel like? Struggling to pay
attention in class v^hile v^aiting for the day to end
What are the routines for pre-game)?
Pre-game meals, playlist on ipod, walk out of locker
room at same time, pre-game warm ups, and captains/
Describe the most memorable game of the season.
Friday night home game win against Medfield.
Why was it memorable? This is our biggest rivalry, it was
the first time we beat them in four years.
Did anyone sustain a significant injury?
Ryan Walsh - torn ACL
To seniors, what will you miss most?
Friday night games under the lights
What advice would you offer underclassmen?
Hit the weights
but for your whole team
and all the people
You feel like you owe it
When you're r^
it's pretty stessful.
If you hit the water before the other person stops swinnming you
get disqualified. You have to time it perfectly.
Interview with Seniors Amy Bean and Erin Nonna
Tell us about a typical practice. Stretch, put in lane lines, get sets ready,
put on caps, sometimes music, warm up 600, our set.
Are there particular drills/activities wnich the team loves? ...dreads?
Love- bus rides, water polo, b-day, swim starts and turns. Sometimes Ms.
Sparks plays water polo with us and she is quite aggressive she will push
you under. Dread- 21 club and descending
Describe a team-bonding activity. Swim-a-thons, Papa Gino's Tuesday,
pasta parties, walk for hunger, senior fish, superlatives, senior speeches,
birthday swims, scavenger hunt, boys vs. girls relays, WATER POLO!
What does the day of a meet feel like? Take us through the day. ..Is
there something different during school^ The day is exciting and a bit
stressful. We have dress up days- like animal print. Ms. Sparks and Ms.
Ferguson wear their Westwood pride.
What are the routines for pre-meet? Cheer and dance parties on the bus,
and singing "All I Want for Christmas is You",
Describe the most memorable meet of the seasoi-
Conferences with the whole division when we won the second time. It
took a long time. We sang to pump ourselves up and on the way home we
ate so much food, and sang "All I Want for Christmas is You".
Why was it memorable? The bus broke
down three times in one day and we got
stuck in a swamp while singing "My Heart
Will Go On."
Did anyone sustain a significant injury?
Abby got a bad concussion while diving in
jfs- What will you miss most? Jujus
place. Cafe Fresh Bagel!, Juliet, Brian
morning practices, trading of clothes
in the mornings, sparky and fergie ferg,
getting dismissed early all the time, al-
ways beating the boys in the boys vs. girls
meet, PAPAGINOS, playing charades
-ffer underclassmen? Train for the underwater
relay! Find a flawless boom box, create a dynasty, and learn how to make
Amy Bean brownies as well as Amy Bean does. •••••***
FRONT ROW (LR): Cornne Wells. Mary Laughna MIDDLE ROW: Emily McGrail, Mary O'SulUvan,
Kelly Rich. AAaddie Rau, Janice Michaud. Katie Aires. Katie Sullivan-Trainor (C)BACK ROW: Coach
Chant, Alison Campion, Nicole Campion, Anna Lentz (C), Kelly Casey, Michelle Beatty. Maddie
Martin. Nina Shapiro. Lana Shanjk (C), Claire Daniels, Kathenne McDonough, Enca Nangeroni
NOT PICTURED: Courtney McLaughlin
FRONT ROW (L-Rl: Laura McHoul, Molly Smith MIDDLE ROW: Tayla Allen, Erica Nagle, Alison
Campion. Kara Belinsky. Shannon Hogan. Knstina Saliba, MaryKate Norton, Emily McGrail, Jen
Lyons, Callie Donovan, Nicole Pettit BACK ROW: Coach Troiano, Christina Koutns, Annmane
O'Flaherty, Manah Arnold, Catherine Abraham. Keelin Henderson, Jessica Donovan, Ehzabeth
Elcock, Liz Abraham, Alison McNulty. Kate Rich
FRONT ROW (L-R|: Siobhan Moylan. Gabriella Giugliano. Genevieve Rogers. Alyson Grealish
MIDDLE ROW: Richael Walsh, Radner Zoe, Alexis Argiros, Kelly Sennott, Daniela Kessler,
Tracy Donlon, Tina Abijaoude BACK ROW: Coach Hambleton, Jessica Sykowski, Sheila
O'Sullivan, Courtney Fay, Annie Craig, Abigail Keaveney, Keira Travers, Caitlin Reilly,
Nicole Garcia, Jaclyn Ventura
)18 Green Years
We had so many injuries, but people
would come out- Of nowhere and
.we grew as a team.
Interview with Seniors Anna Lentz and Mary Laughna
Tell us about a typical practice. We do small sided
games, lots of foot cycles, muscle strengthen-
ing, half field defense shooting drills, and com-
Death-like sprints at
the end "especially on
Are there particular
the team loves? ...
dreads? Soccer Volley-
ball, no hands, a lot
of juggling and rage
Describe a neam-Donding activity. We at too much
food, especially Papa Gino's.
What are the routines for pre-game? Eat a lot, jog
and stretch, girl talk, warm up, and team circle.
Describe the most memorable game of the season.
Last game of the season against Holliston, we were
expected to lose badly. We were wining 1-0 most
of the game, but ultimately we tied 1 -1 . It showed
how far we've come this season. Also everyone
had their best games. It was a really fun game to
play in and a great way to close the season.
Did anyone sustain a significant injury? Katie S-T
(our best player) had a severe ankle sprain and
was out over 75% of the season
Seniors- what will you miss most? Coach Chant!
Bus rides, the team, t-bone (team mascot, an un-
What advice would you offer underclassmen? Be
prepared for pre-season and Wednesday practices,
get to tournament, and, of course, never try to
top seniors '09.
Green Years 1 1 9
FRONT ROW (L-R): Pat O'Donnell, Kyle Brew, Brad Baldwin, Kayvon Touran (C). Patrick
Maher (C), Ryan Maguire (C), Paul Massad, Andrew Kusmin BACK ROW: Omar Hadzipasic,
Alan Baryudin, Chris Graves. Vincent Musto, Joe Maher, Tomnny Coyle, James Strong, Matt
Jessup, Ries McQuillan, Mike Chirokas, Chris Sullivan-Trainor, Myles McDonough, James
Laughlin NOT PICTURED: Matty Zola
FRONT ROW (L-R): Mike McNulty James Conner, Shayan Salam, Jake Lupica, Jonathan
Harper, Joe Williams. Patrick Masi-Phelps, Brandon Tonsberg, Thomas Ollerhead, Rob
Ventura, Sean Laughlin BACK ROW: Coach Harrison, Shane Maher, Mark Black, Shane Troy,
James O'Doherty, Erik Maloney, Max Dorling, Malek Sayegh, James Drew NOT PICTURED:
FRONT ROW (L-R): Nima Rahimi, Nick Henderson, Sean Cabey Ryan McNulty MIDDLE ROW:
Nick Moin, Chris Lui, Chris Tso, Conor Duffy, Conor Emerson BACK ROW: Coach Chlebda, Dan
Feldman, Matt Gee, Ryan Carey, Matt Reissfelder, Chris Burke, Brendan McLaughlin, Cory
1 20 Green Years
This year's team had a
I felt that we could
all rely on each other
to achieve that win.
Interview witli Seniors Patricii Maker and
Tell us about a typical practice. We kick
around a ball, do footwork drills, and
joke around with Eladio and our manag-
ers. Atypical practice included stretch-
ing, a game of possession, a dribbling
drill, and then practicing shooting.
Are there particular drills/activitiei.
which the team loves? ...dreads? We
never were the finest runners. Ev-
eryone loved Four Corners which is a
Describe a team-bonding activity. The
end of the year pasta dinner at Patrick's
was tons of fun. We had pasta dinners
every Thursday which definitely helped
with team unity. The best bonding experience ever was team hair-
cuts. After we made the tournament, we gave everyone haircuts,
which is tradition for the soccer team.
Describe the most memorable game of the season.
The last game of the normal season that let us qualify for tourna-
ment. The most memorable game of the season was our November
3rd game vs. Holliston. We needed to tie or win to make playoffs.
Holliston was the second best team in the league and had beaten us
5-0 the first time we played them. We managed to tie them 0-0 and
made the playoffs.
What will you miss most? I'll miss everything about the games we
What advice would you offer underclassmen? As for the underclass-
men. ..it all ends too fast, play hard so you never have regrets of what
could have happened if you had tried harder. I advise the underclass-
men to work hard and play strong so Eladio (our coach) doesn't call
you a "Sally". I will miss the games and our rivalry vs. Medfield.
FRONT ROW (L Pi Mcaghan Winn, Katie Glover, Casey Smith, Laura Anderson |C|. Jennifer
Lavoie, Alessandra Giugliano BACK ROW; Anna Wilhelm, Christa Cosenza. Jacqueline Henry,
Maria Georgaklis, Rosemarie Jenks, Jennifer Beggan, Holly Griffin NOT PICTURED: Madeline
Walsh, Camille Harrington, Elise Harrington
1 22 Green Years
It's fun to know you are
I loved when the crowd did the VICTORY dance with us!
Interview with Senior Laura Anderson
Tell us about a typical practice. We would roll out all of our cheer mats, then
stretch and practice cheers for Friday night games. After that, we practiced
our halftime routine for games and for competition. (We spent the majority of
practices preparing for competition.)
Are there particular drills/activities which the team loves? ...dreads? Loves:
singing backstreet boys, dance on the bus, Friday night games, cheer camp,
getting free samples from cheer camp. Dreads: running snakes, leaving cheer
camp, extreme routine
Describe a team-bonding activity. Cheer camp at Mount Ida for four days at
start of season in August. We are with each other all day and we learn the ma-
terial for the season. It's a good way to all get to know on another. One team
bonding activity was when we did set goals for ourselves together. We put the
goals in a time capsule at camp then at banquet, we read them out loud and
saw if we met our goals.
What does game day feel like? It is
nerve wracking, and intense.
What do you do before a game? Away
games- have dance parties on bus and
get excited for game and the junior
girls drink rockstar energy drinks.
Describe the most memorable part of
the season. When we got our first trophy for WHS in competition! It
was the first trophy for WHS cheerleading ever!
What will you miss most? I will miss the fun bus rides and cheer camp.
As the only senior cheerleader, what advice would you offer under-
classmen? Go to cheer camp!
FRONT ROW (L-R); Jen Dello Russo, Courtney McLaughlin (C), Alyson Greahsh, Alex
McLaughlin, Alana Piccihlli. Molly O'Brien, Chase Kerzel (C), Anthony Antonellis BACK
ROW; Sean Broderick, Brad Baldwin, Kevin Boettger, Matt Follen, Stephen Campion, Shane
Troy, Derin Ahigain, Jimmy Looney NOT PICTURED: Sarah Angelici, Madeleine Cooke, Chad
Giacchetto, Lucy Montgomery, Zoe Radner, Matt Venti
124 Green Years
on what's conning up next. There are lots of obstacles.
Interview with Junior Courtney McLaughlin
Tell us about a typical practice.
We practice at Blue Hills or Ski Ward. Our typical practice is running gates.
Are there particular drills/activities wliich the team loves? ...dreads?
We like giant slalom courses. We dread slalom courses.
Describe a team-bonding activity.
After every race we like to go to Wendy's or Panera.
What are the routines for pre-meet?
We preview the course and warm-up.
Describe the most memorable meet of the season.
It was a really cold night. The crowd waited at the bottom of the course. We were
really excited when we learned that five members of the Westwood team made it
Did anyone sustain a significant injury?
Alex McLaughlin got a concussion and could not participate in the states race.
What advice would you offer underclassmen?
FRONT ROW (L-R): Kathleen Lally, Julie Moloy, Abbie Brown, Connne Wells iC). Kathryn Martin i^
(C). Sarah Matthews (C). Laura Teehan (C), Laura Brooks, Stephanie Sukennik, Janelle Argiros,
Lana Sharuk, Ali Schroeder, Katie SuUivan-Trainor MIDDLE ROW: Mary O'Sullivan, AnnMarie
O'Flaherty, Leah Schroeder, Tayla Allen, Olivia Powers, Jennifer Lyons, Julia Tucke, Valentina
Wigozki, Haley Richman, Maya Bechara, Lauren Drew, Megan Isberg, Yalda Rostamnezhad, Kate
Ginsberg, Erica Nangeroni BACK ROW: Tracy Donlon, Alexis Argiros, Catherine Abraham, Madeline
Conway, Ivy Lee, Sydney Petta, Samantha Bartholomew, Samantha Keene, Ailyn Pestana, Ani
Derderian, Alison McNulty, Alison Campion, Michelle Beatty, Elizabeth Abraham, Neha Basu,
Emma Krause, Caroline Ryan, Katnen VanWagenen, Amanda Diiulis NOT PICTURED: Rachael
Keating, Madeline Martin, Anna Ribas, Nina Shapiro, Emma Archambo, Jenna Aswad, Riley
Cachelin, Sierra Carrasco, Mariana Chiulli, Jessica Donovan, Elizabeth Elock, Amy Friel, Caitlin
Friel, Nicole Gallagher, Katherine Groton, Shannon Hogan, Beverly Kwong, Catherine Loftus,
Michelle Milano, Jaqueline Morra, Siobhan Moylan, Sarah Muellers, Caitlin Reilly, Santi Strickland.
Jessica Sykowski, Elizabeth Trakas, Richael Walsh, Lauren Drew, Sophie Karpf
\ 26 Green Years
The most stressful part is when you get to the track before your
event and have to stretch, warm-up and plan your race strategy.
A lot IS going on in your mind. The moment the FH start gun goes off
r-^and you know y'y ^ y
what you're ^^ ^^
meant to do.
Interview with Seniors Janelie Argiros h Laura Teetian
Tell us about a typical practice. We'd usually split
up into the distance team and sprinting team. Since
we had different workouts, we didn't see each other
much during practices but everyone came together on
Are there particular drills/activities which the team
loves... or dreads? I can't really think of someone
dying to do a track workout but long runs can always
Describe a team-bonding activity. The distance team
was like a small family while the sprinters often taught
each other starts, field events.
What's on your mind the day of a meet? Thinking
about times and distances and trying to drink as much
as possible and not eat bad stuff.
What are the pre-event routines? It was important that
we all did drills, warm ups and made sure to stretch.
Describe the most memorable meet of the season.
The most memorable meet was the all-state meet. Ev-
eryone who went to the meet wore all green and white
and had painted faces. We blared music/had a huge
group of super-fans... and went to McDonalds.
Did anyone sustain a significant injury this season?
Nope! We made it to Nike nationals
Seniors: what will you miss most?
The closeness of the team
What advice would you offer underclassmen?
FRONT ROW (L-R): Nick Hawes. Morgan Walker, Matt Koban, Yuanwen Liang, Patnck Masi-Phelps
Michael Papianou. Michael Phillips, Brett Hoffer, Terrence Hams-Hughes MIDDLE ROW: Patrick
Sleight, Joe Leibson, Pat O'DonneU, Ryan Maguire (C|, John McDonald, James Berluti, Steven
Clerge, Alex Kjellman, Conor Emerson. Tom Hanley, Kevin Nangeroni, Denn Ahigian. Chris Burke
BACK ROW: Pat Bowler, Coach White, John Donovan, Paul Pender. Stephen Weinreich, Enk
Brakke, Kevin Luo, Stuart Leibson, KyleTucke, Danny Troy, Derrick St. Hill, Chris Adams, Tommy
Coyle (C|, Luke Reynolds, Michael Burton, John Cuozzo. Jamal Hill, Chris Pond, Ailton Carvalho.
Alex Moin (C). Edward Han, Coach Bateman, Cam Harding, Andy Young NOT PICTURED: Colin
Ampnester Mark Black, Andrew Boylan, Giovani Centeio, James Conner, Conor Delaney, Nasuf
Dizdan, Michael Fafara, Kyle Fedorov^cz, Matt Levine, Myles McDonough, Dylan McManus,
Michael McNulty, Ryan Neville, Eric Peterson, Peter Radonich, Nima Rahimi, John Trakas, Soyer
Wilson, Jake Zapcic
128 Green Years
It's not what someone says.
It's how many people are cheering.for.-yocr/THe more you
Interview with Senior Steven Clerge
Tell us about a typical practice. It lasts about 1 Vi hours. We separate
into groups. Sprinters practice inside gym-1 5 diagonal sprints across the
gym. Distance runners run 3-6 miles a day.
Throwers practice on form. ^,^
Are there particular drills/activities
which the team loves? ...dreads?
LOVE- ladders-fast pace drills, DREAD-
sprints and long distance runs - tiring/
Describe a team-bonding activity. The
track banquet- we get together as a team
and commemorate each others successes.
What does the day of a meet feel like?
Take us through the day... Is there some-
thing different during school? We are calm and relaxed, but always
thinking of how we will do.
What are the routines for pre-meet? Stretching, warm-up laps, testing
out blocks to make sure everything is perfect.
Do any individuals on the team have pre-game rituals? We borrow
each other's track spikes for events, and then there are special
handshakes and massage.
Describe the most memorable meet of the season.
Our defeat against Medfield for the first time in 8 years!
What will you miss most? The thrill of qualifying for states and run-
ning against top runners in Massachusetts
What advice would you offer underclassmen?
Work hard, don't give up and have confidence in yourself.
Green Years \ 29
FRONT ROW (L-R): Eric Dahl, Dylan Nanna, Cody Whalen, Chns Anamateros, Mike Chlrokas, Peter
Campion, Grayson Asmar BACK ROW: James Strong, Matty Zola, Matt Burke, Russel Gutterson,
Jon Neimann (C), Greg Thompson (C), Scott Delisle, Josh Cheung, Chris Sullivan- Trainor, Coach
1 30 Green Years
The hardest thing is to not think
about the competitors on
Interview with Senior Jonathan Neiman
Tell US about a typical practice. It's a good time - we swim. We
average 3000 yards a practice.
Are there particular drills/activities which the team loves?
...dreads? "Hated every moment of it."- John Neimann
Describe a team-bonding activity. When we get a STERN LOOK
from our coach. When ever we were partying in pool we got
that "look" and knew to get back on task.
What are the routines for pre-meet? Keeping it light, joke
around a little so no one gets nervous
Do any individuals on the team have pre-meet rituals? Scott
liked shaving his legs. Josh would meditate.
Describe the most memorable meet of the season. The Brock-
ton Meet (first meet of season). We had a real sense of pride,
and the pool temp was warm. It was a big accomplishment!
Why was it memorable? We are not known for winning.
You I y have to shut
that down and y jy j
concentrate on yourself .C^v^
Did anyone sustain a significant injury? Grasen broke his arm
What will you miss most? The kids on the team
What advice would you offer underclassmen? Believe in yourself,
and have fun.
FRONT ROW (L-Rl: Courtney Fay, Janice Michaud (C), Georgia Pnestley, Elizabeth Stuehr BACK
ROW: Coach Holthouse, Rian Rossetti, MoUie Brown, Coach Boudreau, Gabhella Giugliano,
Jaclyn Ventura, Allyson Dwan, Kelly Sennott. Stephanie Murphy, Alanna Leahy, Lauren Hall (C),
Lauren Hillberg (C), Coach Metcalf, Audra Cabey. Molly Smith, Alison Murphy NOT PICTURED:
Victoria Harding, Tia Campbell
132 Green Years
I love the smell of the cold air.
Interview witti Seniors Lauren Hall and Lauren Hillberg
Tell us about a typical practice Wake up at 4:30, on the ice by 5:15
(sometimes) we usually started with sprints and also end with sprints.
During practice we did scrimmages, mini games, and intense drills.
Are tl Ti -J i::i, ; ir[ iar drills/activities which the team loves? ...dreads? Ev-
eryday we dreaded the sprints but loved anything else.
Describe a team-bonding activity After late night games going to dinner
atTGIF, Joes, and cheesecake factory, and not getting home till 2 am.
What are the routines for pre-game? Running and stretching
Do any individuals on the team have pre-game rituals Lauren Hall and
Audra Cabey throwing the skate lace tightener.
Describe the most memorable game of the season. We were playing Can-
ton for the first time and we were loosing 4-1 . Within the last five min-
utes we scored three goals to tie it up.
Why was it memorable? Canton is
our rival, in a way, so getting a tie
with them was exciting.
Did anyone sustain a significant
injury? The next game when we
played against Canton one of our
players tore her PCL.
•eniois - vvnat vviU you misb niosi:
Late night dinners, Drea and Erin.
What advice would you offer un-
Play with No Regrets! ...and beat
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FRONT ROW (L-R): Micheal Gallagher, Alan Royer, Freddie Tonsberg, Mike Foxx, Joe AAaher,
Chris Treon, Kevin Gavin, Matt Kenney, Mike Musto BACK ROW: Sean Condnck, Louis Jacobs,
Shane Maher, Brett Egizi, Justin Kucher (C), Rob Ventura, Dan Abbott (C). Jordan MacPherson,
Brendan Leahy (C), Billy Sawyer, Mike Molchan, Brad Adams, Brandon Tonsberg, Jimmy Curtin
FRONT ROW (L-R|: Kevin Walsh, Joe Walsh, Sean Cabey, Sean Fitzgerald, Jack Swartz. Mike
Raskin, Sam Harris, Brendan Dalton, Theo Treon, Chris Molchan BACK ROW: Coach McCusker,
Dan Feldman. Albert Good. Josh Babbin, Will Smith, Kevin Power, Dan Bonkowski, Michael
Ventura, Matthew Reissfelder. Steven O'Leary, Anthony Sweeney, Chnstian Portanova, Assistant
Coach Mues NOT PICTURED: Patrick Busa, James Drew, Dylan Walsh, Kyle White
134 Green Years
You know what you have to do.
and just do it. You can't second guess yourself.
Interview with Senior Justin Kucher
Tell us about a typical practice. A typical
practice started by waking up at 4:20 am.
We then had an upbeat practice (no rest,
a variety of drills, yelling by all the coach-
es, and a lot of conditioning).
Are there particular drills/activities which
the team loves? ...dreads?
The team definitely enjoyed the shootout
at the end of pre-game practices, but the
conditioning was always the worst and
what everyone dreaded the most.
Describe a team-bonding activity.
I think the first pasta dinner of the year
was a team-bonding event when we really
felt that the season was starting.
Describe the most memorable game of the season. The most mem-
orable game of the season was against Norwell in the first round of
playoffs, in which we lost.
Why was it memorable? This was the most memorable because it
was the last time our senior class would ever play for Westwood
Hockey. It was a great game that we will never forget.
Seniors -what will you miss most? I will miss everything about
Westwood High School Hockey including practices, games, and the
coaches. I will miss playing in the playoffs the most.
What advice would you offer underclassmen? The only advice I can
give to the underclassmen is always work hard and have a good at-
titude because when making the playoffs, it's all worth it.
Pi T ljJ tiL *•
FRONT ROW (LR); Peter Halkett, Chris Lui. Sean Nocera, Brendan McLaughlin, Nick
Henderson BACK ROW: Liam Folan, Ben Beal, Coach Maher, Nick Wisiaiko, Patrick Bowe
NOT PICTURED: Michael Bambini, Ryan Carey, Michael Keane
136 Green Years
.Ccin see the floor developing to l ymake that perfect pass.
Interview with Senior Jason Sementelli
Tell us about a typical practice. For the first half hour we
would go through lines and stretch. Then we would do full
court drills and scrimmages for the next half hour. The re-
mainder of practice we would work on our half court offense
Are there particular drills/activities which the team loves?
...dreads? The team loves this
rebounding drill called man-
make, and half court 3-on-3
drill. We hate zig-zags (de-
K*^ ^%, ^^^H fensive drill) and of course we
. _^J* V ^^^1 dread running suicides.
W / I iH Describe a team-bonding activ-
^. •'' M^\ ^ ity. We would have a pasta din-
ner every other Thursday and
we would eat then spend some
time playing video games or
Take me through the day. ..Is
there something different dur-
ing school? We have to wear
^[^ Jl^ *■ J dress shirts and ties,
^jr* ^jl What are the routines for pre-
\ ^^ g \ ^jy game? Stretch in the locker
room, pre-game strategy with
coach about half hour before
game then pump-up meeting (just team) about one minute
Describe the most memorable game of the season. The most
memorable game was against Dover-Sherborn at home. We
were coming off of a 6-game losing streak and really needed a
win. We were down by two with about 15 seconds to go. We
set up a play in a time-out which did not work. Rob Bambini
ended up going for a lay-up which got blocked. The ball got
blocked off the backboard and I (J. Sementelli) got it and shot
it at the foul line as the buzzer went off. We ended up win-
ning in double overtime.
Why was it memorable? This season was memorable because
of all the laughs we had at our pasta dinners and in the locker
Did anyone sustain a significant injury? Shayan Salam broke
his thumb during the game at Ashland. He was put in a cast
and missed the rest of the season. Rob Bambini took an elbow
to the nose during practice one day. It was broken and he had
to get surgery missing the last few games.
To seniors, what will you miss most? We will miss game days
and the last few games..., and just playing basketball.
What advice would you offer underclassmen? Work hard in the
off season; it will pay off during the season.
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FRONT ROW (L-R(: Daniela Kessler. MaryKate Norton, Sheila O'Sullivan. Tina Abijaoude
BACK ROW: Delaney Russell, Nicolle Garcia, Casey Bowler, Keira Travers, Molly Powers,
Coach Chledba NOT PICTURED; Kristina Saliba
1 38 Green Years
When I'm playing, I shut off.***
all thoughts and ~ * ~
only the game.
except me, my team,
my coach, and the ball.
If I feel fatigue or pain,
I put it out of my mind
and do what i need to do.
Interview with Senior Mary Laushna and Junior Katherine McDonoush
Tell ii<; about: a funirai nrartice Practice @ 3:30 warm ups, socialize,
stretching, fun filled 20 min, drills-celtic drill, bently passing, 3 man
weave, box cut drills ends @ 5:30 meeting in the middle discussing
upcoming game day. Before games
talk about top players, pasta dinner
Are there particular drills/ac-
tivities which the tea~
I M' M ^^m dreads? Defensive slides with part-
ner = dread = very difficult our team
love competitions against each oth-
er; the rebound drill is my favorite.
Pasta dinners often, friday night
home game is followed by a team
dinner Got custom t-shirts. Went to
a B.C. basketball game
What does the day of a game feel
likei" Exciting, dress up, pumped up,
talk on the bus. We walk through the hallways and we high five each
other to get pump up! We have a really good warm up CD; Fogel says
it's the best he has ever heard. I love bursting out of the locker room
screaming with the girls.
What are the routines for pre-game? We do "inspiration", this is
when someone writes a speech to get people excited and in the zone
before the game. Then we do a rhythmic thing which is when we hit
out chests, snap our fingers clap our hands to get the nerves out.
"; : e game rituais. Erin and Kelly R. pass the
ball, Erin yells and Kelly dances. We scream and dance a lot!
; : ^ oR'^ip of M->> Medway game
@ home, Molly McLaughlin scored the winning basket, knew going
into the game it was going to be hard wanted revenge from last
yean Bumped out of playoffs, looking for revenge again. 7 sec. left,
ny was it memorable? They were talking smack before the game;
we knew they were going down. It was the turning point to the sea-
son, we really came together Then, after the Hopkington game we
realized we really could be good, the anger of our loss made us so
mad that we came out the next game with a new amplified intensity
:ne sustain a significant injur/? Yeah, Leah Lesard, we lost
her the whole season with the exception of the first two games. This
was a tough loss on us, especially with her talent and height but she
was always there supporting us 100%.
, -! TV- •r^:M~n what \n\\\ vou miss mosi. This
was a great group of girls, we had so much fun with everything we
did, we never fought and always worked cohesively.
What advice would you offer underclassmen? Don't have too much
fun without me because I will miss all of you so much! Keep up the
traditions and always remember how great you can be.
Green Years 1 39
FROSfT ROW (L-R): Michael Burton (C), Tommy Coyle, John Cuozzo (C| BACK ROW: Alex Moin, Rob Foxx
SENIORS NOT PICTURED: Dan Abbott, Ailton Carvalho, Steven Clerge, Mikey Fafara (C|, Jimmy Filbin,
Cam Harding, Jamal Hill, Alex Kjellman, Stuart Leibson, Bnan O'Connor, Chris Fbnd, Luke Reynolds,
Kyle Tucke, Andy Young
UNDERCLASSAAEN: Fhil Azeredo, Mark Black, Dan Bonkowski. Rat Bowler, Amett Bracy, Erik Brakke,
Sean Broderick, Vito Bruno, Chris Burke, Peter Campion, Stephen Campion, Mike Chirokas, Alex
Contreras, Jason Demarinis, Luke Devin, Nasuf Dizdan, John Donovan, Jon DuUea, Cam Etchings,
Kyle Fedorowicz, George Georgaklis, Albert Good, Cam Gulcynski, Mike Hallion, Edward Han, Paul
Hanley, Ten-ence Hams-Hughes, Nick Hawes, Nadeem Istfan, William Jennings, Matthew Jessup,
Greg Keene, Matt Kenney, Joseph Leibson, Yuanwen Liang, Kevin Liebrock, Jimmy Looney Kevin Luo,
John McDonald, Richard A/icDonough, Dylan McManus, Michael McNulty, Nicholas Moin, Chris Molchan,
Patrick O'Donnell, Steven O'leary, Michael Papianou, Paul Pender Peter Radomch, Matt Reissfelder,
Chris Robertson, Shayan Salam, William Scarpa, Patrick Sleight, William Spear, Derrick St. Hill, Scott
Syl<owski, Rob Ventura, Morgan Walker Stephen Weinreich
140 Greer: Ysui:
/^ When it came down to-the last race,
/ /^ it was unreal, everyone r^
and waited for the 4x4 to
finish. When Tommy Coyle
finished, it was the most
exciting experience we have
ever been a part of.
'eniors Michael Burton and John Cuazzo
Tell us about a typical practice.
We jog a lap and gather on the
field for warm ups. Everyone
warms up with drills, then we
break into groups based on
events. Sprinters do over speed,
flying 50's and distance does
re there particular drills/ac-
vities which the team loves?
dreads? Sprinters love the
"speed work out" which is usu-
ally some full speed and relay
hand offs. We dread long re-
Describe a team-bonding activrL ,
We don't do much like dinners. The meet in New York is
somewhat of a bonding experience. We leave school at
eleven and spend the night in NY. There are four to five
people per room, so we get to know each other pretty
well. This year we got stuck in an elevator for 15 minutes.
Describe the most memorable meet of the season. We
were facing Hopkinton and we were not expected to win.
We won 70-66 on the last event (4x400).
Did anvone sustain a significant injurv? Matt Johnson in-
jured his hamstring when making a pass to Kyle Tucke in
the 200m. He was done for the season, but Kyle went on
to win the race.
.. o. .. ,. ,ou miss most? The team, the coach, and the
challenge of each race.
'•"lat advice would you offer underclassmeri. Have fun and
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FRONT ROW (L-R); Laura Brooks (C). Hannah Hammond. Janelle Argiros, Anna Ribas. Annmane
O'Raherty, Rachael Keatmg, Nina Shapiro, Nikl<i Pettit, Julie Moloy (C), Lida Annis, Sophie Karpf,
Laura Teehan(C) MIDDLE ROW: Nicole Campion (Cl, AAaddie Cooke, Jacky Martin, Chrissa Salemis,
Leah Schroeder, Caitlin Adamakis, Kate Ginsberg. Audra Cabey, Kathryn Martin (C), Lauren Drew, Ann
Sheehan, Amy Bean, Jillian London BACK ROW: Coach Teehan, Julia Kane, Carol Han, Jaclyn Ventura,
Jessica Sykowski. Julia Bomstein, Kate Groton, Caitlin Reilly, Alison McNulty, Neha Basu, Maya Bechara,
Beverly Cheng, Annie Qin, Emma Krause, Claire Daniels, Keelin Henderson, Kathleen Harrington,
Jaqueline Morra, Elizabeth Haffey, Nina Zafar Coach Sullivan LEAPING: Corrine Wells |C), Sandy Brooks
NOT PICTURED: Catherine Abraham, Elizabeth Abraham, Tayla Allen, Alexis Argiros, Samantha
Bartholomew, Brianna Bates, Casey Bowler. Alison Campion, Sierra Carrasco, Madeline Conway Chnsta
Cosenza, Annie Craig, Inva Doci. Carolyn Donovan, Jessica Donovan, Elizabeth Dorsch, Sabrina Farley,
Michelle Farrell, Kayla Franceschi, Caitlin Friel, Gabriella Giugliano, Holly Griffin, Cory Guinta, Ton
Harding, Camille Harrington, Elise Hanington. Sarah Hogan, Hillary Hui. Kaitlin Hutchinson, AAegan
Isberg, Knstine Kay Sammy Keene, Daniela Kessler, Christina Koutris, Caroline Lacey Kathleen Lally
Jenna Launie, Ivy Lee, Jennifer Lyons, Alyssa MacKinnon, Shannon McCarthy Shelly Milano, Julie
Moore, Paige Moscow, Sarah Muellers, Erica Nagle, Samia Nassif, Lydia O'Brien, Erin O'Connor, Ailyn
Pestana, Megan Porter, Olivia Powers, Zoe Radner, Madison Rau. Haley Richman, Ashley Riordan, Leigh
Ronan, Yalda Rostamnezhad, Caroline Ryan, Santi Strickland. Elizabeth Trakas, Julia Tucke. Katrien
V&nwagenen, Madeline Walsh, Wigozki \^lentina, Anna Wilhelm, Meaghan Winn
1 42 Green Years
There is something about being in the track
Interview with Senior Kathryn Martin
Tell me about a typical practice. Usu-
ally we meet around 3:30, do warm ups
and then either do a distance run with
strides or a workout on the track. Then,
to end practice, we do weights, a push
up circuit or abs.
Are there particular drills/activities
which the team loves? ...dreads? Loves=
team games (soccer etc.) very competi-
tive Dreads= Ladder workouts
Describe a team-bonding activity. Many
times we mix up our practice by making
it a scavenger hunt, a soccer game, a
relay race, or an underclassman v. up-
What does the day of a meet feel like?
During school we do dress-up days to
psych-up our team, create team unity
and inform the school of our meets.
Do any individuals on the team have pre-
game rituals? Just recently our team has begun a new calming ritual,
we singl This distracts us from out coming race and helps us relax.
that keeps me motivated.
Describe the most memorable meet of the season. The meet against
Medfield. Westwood girls haven't beaten Medfield in any track event
in twenty-five plus years. The meet came down to the last event the
4X400 relay. It was wild, all the seniors were jumping all over the place
Did anyone sustain a significant injury? Laura Brookes has been injured
for many seasons of track and xc, this was her first season she was able
to train and compete and she qualified for states!
To seniors, what will you miss most? I will miss the friendships we
have made as a team, having friends on sports teams is different than
friends in school.
What advice would you offer underclassmen?
I would advise them to really make friendships in track. The main goal
of team sports is to create those friendships and allow students to have
fun while also discovering more about themselves and the level they
can push themselves ,
Gill WOL/^R«S --'«
Everyone expects us..-*'
to win every ganie;*but
we go into the tough
games knowing we have
everything to fight for.
Interview with Senior Katie Sullican-Trainor
Tell us about a typical practice. Consists of long-distance run,
then agilities, jump ropes, medicine balls, sprints, stick work/
Are there particular drills/activities
which the team loves? ...dreads? We
dread seeing that our coach has
brought tools for conditioning such
as weights and ladders
-we love any competitive drills,
like 3v3 or 7v7
Describe a team-bonding activity.
When we have a very important
game, our coach will bribe us by
^ _^ , . ^ "HJi ij promising to take us out to eat af-
""^k \ J terwewin. We went to fresh city
V ^^ J after we beat our rivals, Framing-
ham. The team loves that we re-
ally came together for good food.
What does the day of a game feel like? Games days are very
tense and exciting. We go through usually an hour warm-up to
get rid of nerves.
Take me through the day. ..Is there something different during
school? We all dress up during the day. Usually on the bus ride
we have a boom box that plays pump-up songs.
What are the routines for pre-game? We do a lap, agilities, lad-
ders, shuttles, 7 point star, 3v2, 7v7, then the offense shoots
while defense does ground balls. Then we bring it in to a
Do any individuals on the team have pre-game rituals? All the
players taking the field hit sticks. Anna, Mary, Abbie, and I do a
special cheer for defense.
Describe the most memorable game of the season. This season
the most memorable game was playing Framingham. We got 4
yellow cars. Both teams were extremely tense. Every defensive
stop or goal earned a reaction from the crowd. Kids and parents
filled the sidelines to watch the game.
Why was it memorable? We have never sustained a lead over
Did anyone sustain a significant injury? Early on, Kate Rich, one
of our attackers, got two yellow cards and was out for most of
To seniors, what will you miss most? I'm going to miss the feeling
you get at the end of everyday knowing the accomplishments
you have earned on the field, and that you are waking up the
next morning to do it all over again.
What advice would you offer underclassmen? I would say that
whatever sport you choose to play, do it with your whole heart,
and when it gets tough, you are growing as a person, and it will
only get better once you come through the other side. Also,
that you have a whole team full of people going through exactly
what you are feeling.
Green Years 1 45
i^'^li diCi^^Dnii ^rarwnn.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Dylan WStsh, Jordan MacPhefVDn, Patrick Ateher (C). James Bertuti (C). Brandon
Tonsberg, Sean Condrick, Chris Rodenbush AAIDDLE ROW: Kyle Brew, f^trick Masl-Phelps, Conor AAurphy,
John Sleight, Paul Massad. Freddie Tonsberg, Mike Raskin BACK ROW: Coach tanning, Joe Pellegrini,
MikeFilbin, Shane Troy, Matt Hurley, RiesMcQuillan, Mike Mtsto, Chris Adams, James Laughlin, Joe
Williams, Coach McWilliams NOT PICTURED: Davieson Annis, Ryan Hanlon, Joel Priestley, Danny Troy
FRONT ROW (L-R): Derin Ahigian, Jimmy Curtin MIDDLE ROW: Sean Laughlin, Jake Zapcic,
Jake Drew, Sam Harris, Tom Ollerhead, Matt Haddad, Jack Swartz, Theo Treon, Eric Dahl,
Charlie Audi BACK ROW: Conor Emerson, Mike Phillips, Sam Cutler, Anthony Antonellis,
Pat Singleton, Pat Walsh, Pat Bowe, Ryan Neville, Mike Keane, Matt Follen, David VonEuw,
1 46 Green Years
We were trying to build respect this year -
Interview with Senior John Sleight
Tell us about a typical practice.
Start off with a lap then dynamic
warm-up stretch, passing and
shooting drills, fast break (3on4,
4 on 5, 5 on 6),6v6 scrimmage,
Are there particular drills/ac-
tivities which the team loves? ...
The team loves fast break and
shooting drills. The team dreads
conditioning, especially suicides
and the pyramid-suicide -^ push-
Describe a team-bonding activity.
Pasta dinners in anticipation of
the big game are the best. Everyone fills up on pasta, salad, and chicken
parm. There's lots of joking and fun.
What does the day of a game feel like? Buzzing between teammates in the
hall in anticipation of game.
What are the routines for pre-game? Meet in locker room, get dressed,
blast music, then go over game plan.
Describe the most memorable game of the season.
Sunny day. Deciding game vs. Dover-Sherborn for the program. Had never
beat DS before. Lost in playoffs by 10 goals to team last year. In a ridicu-
lously tight game 9-9. But still a huge game.
Why was it memorable? Marked the pressure of WW LAX and the start of
a better program.
To seniors, what will you miss most? The bonds made with teammates and
how fun the entire experience was.
What advice would you offer underclassmen? Play hard and never give up ,
FRONT ROW (L-Ri: Knsta McGinnis (C), Sarah Chen (C), Rachael Tuleja (C), Camille Rogers
MIDDLE ROW: Bridget Norris, Allison Lim, Dani Bradley, Juliana Ucuz BACK ROW: Becca
Morgan. Olivia O'leary, MaryKate Norton, Kelley Steeves, Maggie Barzin, Coach Houston
FRONT ROW (L-R): Nicole Gallagher. Katie Deangelis, Caitlin Delorey, Andrea Winn, Kelly
Sennott, Jing Li BACK ROW: Molly Powers, Amanda Thomas, Melanie Zahka, Jenn Dello
Russo, Genny Rogers, Emma Archambo
1 48 Green Years
This year was different-
it was twice the commitment of years past and we
Interview with Seniors Rachael Tuleja,
Sarah Chen, and Krista McCinnis
Tell us about a typical practice.
We would meet at 3:00 sharp
to stretch and warm up for our
run. Sometimes we would go on
a team run in military formation.
Runs were anywhere from two to
six miles. We would run in two
straight lines, our feet had to be
"in step" meaning everyone's left
foot had to be hitting the ground
at the same time. It sounded
pretty cool, and when we really
got into it we would clap on the
left foot. Or we would do paired
runs with specific times we had to meet. We also challenged
other teams to ultimate frisbee (we beat the JV boys' lax!)
After runs we'd do core exercises for about a half hour, then
we'd hit the courts. We played lots of challenge matches,
and did a lot of drills. We chatted a lot too!
Knsta McGinnis, Senior
Are there particuiat anils/ activities which the team loves? ...dreads? The game
"Bye-bye" was always a team favorite, mainly because the balls were always
flying at our faces. The runs were mainly what were dreaded.
Describe a team-bonding activity. The bonding on the tennis team always in-
cluded food! We had many pasta dinners and picked out new spirit days -which
made this team a lot of fun! Celebratory trips to Bubbling Brook were fun, too!
Take me through the day... Is there something different during school? We
started doing spirit days this year! Color day, animal print, tie dye, etc.
What are the routines for pre-match? Before the match a motivational speech
was always given by Houston, and the rest of time was designated to chatting
and hitting to warm up for the match.
0"scnbe the most memorable meet of the sea^^.'^ The match against Medfield
had to be the match of the season, after playing Medfield a second time this
year we were able to beat them making it the first time in over seven years to
have won against Medfield, making it a huge victory for the team.
Did anyone sustain a signincant injury. Krista had shoulder tendonitis and
missed the first half of the season.
To seniors, what will you miss most' Houston and all the girls<3
Advice to underclassmen? Work hard in the off season. It will pay off.
Green Yeors 1 49
FRONT ROW (L-R|: Kayvon Touran, Matt Levine, Matt Koban, Afsheen Sharifzadeh, Tony
Xia, Alex Archambo, Matthew Gee BACK ROW: Coach DoUeman, Arya Sharifzadeh (C). Paul
Fitzpatrick (C), Brad Baldwin (C), Cam Johnston, Gary Novoson, Krishna Yelleswarapu,
Matt Sawyer, Rob Law NOT PICTURED: Chris SuUivan-Trainor
FRONT ROW (L-R): Cody Whalen, Believe Oparah, Ryan McNulty, Hani Singer, Ryan Moujahed
BACK ROW: Coach Wilkinson, Cory Krakowsky, Dan Feldman, Tommy Hu, Kevin Walsh, Josh
Goldberg NOT PICTURED: Chris Lui, Narayana Yelleswarapu
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It's very much how you're able to
You can't make
Kayvon Tour an
Interview with Seniors Paul Fitzpatricli and Brad Baldwin
Tell me about a typi-
cal practice. We
warm up by doing
three laps around the
three courts. Then we
and statically, and then
we do 15 push ups and
10 jumping jacks. Then
we play mini tennis
and progress back to
the base line. Then we
work on drills and finish
with a garg^ ,.••**
the team loves? ...
dreads? We like to play
"the lob" game and ex-
treme around the world. We dread doing suicides
Describe a team-bonding activity One time we went to the
Old Country Buffet as a team. It was very interesting; we had
a good time talking about the upcoming season
What does the day of a meet feel like? There is tension in the
air; we become predators on the court
Do any individuals on the team have pre-game rituals? Most
of us eat sunflower seeds or listen to music
Describe the most memorable meet of the season.
Playing Ashland the second time. We lost the first time at
their courts. We played through poor calls and it came sown
the sophomore Matt Lavine and he won it in the third set in
Why was it memorable?
We overcame adversity and avenged out first loss and got
back to .500 record
To seniors, what will you miss most?
Having a good time playing tennis with Mr. Dolleman. Playing
the games at the end of practice
What advice would you offer underclassmen?
Bring seeds and food to every match because Dolleman and
the rest of the team get hungry
Green Years \5\
If someone makes a mistake, our coach always tells us to
Tell us about a typi-
cal practice. A typical
practice includes taking
a lap around the field
followed by warm-up
throwing. After that we
split into infield and out-
field groups and work on
certain specific aspects
for each. We also all
take bating practice.
Mie there particular
the team loves?
dreads? We loved relays
down the field and Mr.
Sherr's make-up point
drills and we dreaded
loosing wagers on errors
Describe a team-bonding
During all our pasta din-
ners our team really bonded, and it was always great when Mr.
Sherr came to the dinners.
Describe the most memorable game of the season. It was May
fourth at 3:45 pm. The day was sunny and hot. We played Med-
field for the second time after losing to them before. After sev-
eral scoreless innings we came back big and won!
It was a proud win for us when we went
into it as the "underdogs".
you miss most? Seeing Mr. Sherr and Mr. Rocha every-
day and all the good times on bus rides.
- would you offer underclassmen? Just work hard and
make the best of it, and, for anyone who has played for the past
few years, BEAT ASHLAND!
Green Years 1 53
FRONT ROW |L-R|; Casey Cnss, Casey McLaughlin, Tyler Schock, Glenn Parsons, Ste-en
Calobrisi, Justin Kucher, Max Smith (C), Brett Egizi, Isaac Rice BACK ROW: Will Smith, Mat
Venti, Sean Amaru. Will Scannell, Brendan Crowe, Jason Sementelli (C), John Sheehan (Ci
David Milano, Jon Neimann, Ryan Walsh (C)
FRONT ROW (L-R): Kevin Gavin, Bobby McGee, Jake Indursky, James Conner, J
Alex Heier, Micheal Gallagher BACK ROW: Coach McGunagle, Brett Hoffer, Thomas Anearn,
Ryan McHoul, Mike Molchan. David Decenzo, Chris Treon, Derek Tucceri, Macston Maccov/,
Johnny McCarthy James Drew
FRONT ROW (L-R): Matt Cannon, Nick Henderson. Brian Delsignore, Stephen Lesage,
Christopher Tso, Ben Beat. Sam Malonson BACK ROW: Andrew Fiumedora, Brendan
McLaughlin, Ryan Carey Kyle White, Glenn Parsons, Joe Wisialko. Kevin Nangeroni, Liam
1 54 Green Years
I love knowing that.J-tan strike anyone out. You just have
to be _....--/77n
Interview with Senior Jason Semintelli
Tell me about a typical practice. We would warm up as a team and
everyone would take a round of batting practice. During some of the
practices, we would do specific skill work while fielders would either
take fly balls or ground balls.
Are there particular drills/activities which the team loves? ...dreads?
The whole team loves taking batting practice because it is relaxed.
We all hate running the bases because it is actual hard work
Describe a team-bonding activity
We have pasta dinners and usually do more than just eat. We would
play basketball as a team and coach Whalen takes us to Bubbling
Brook on special occasions
What does the day of a game feel like? Usually relaxed because of
the expertise out team has.
Describe the most memorable meet of the season. The game against
Medfield. We were down 3-2 in the bottom of the seventh and we
had two outs against us. The top of the line-up came and we scored
two runs to win the game.
Did anyone sustain a significant in-
jury? John Sheehan had bursitis and
missed the last seven games.
To seniors, what will you miss most?
We will miss playing baseball because
we all love the sport. We have played
it since we were kids and the fact
that it is ending is sad.
What advice would you offer under-
classmen? Commit to getting better
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In a show full of
blurred gender lines,
starred as Viola, a
girl posing as a boy
to gain the trust of
Duke Orslno... and
maybe his heart
along the way.
The students on
are the unsung
heroes of the
show. They man
the lights, manage
and everything in
between. A perk;
they might go on
the catwalk above
Evan Rees shocked and awed
when he donned yellow,
'cross-gartered' tights as
Malvolio and memorably
danced his heart out to
'Good Day Sunshine'
show's hilarity as
the clown, making
faces and cracking
jokes all while
commentary on the
play's events. Talk
^V -T '^ij
Love Me Do
Brian Molloy, (left with
Jillian London as Curio),
played the over-the-top
lovesick Duke Orsino.
To push the cast to similar
melodramatic heights, di-
rector Jim Howard held an
'anything goes' rehearsal,
in which Bnan famously
hiked up his shirt and put
on a southern accent.
Love Me Too
Love ties in this play
switch faster than you
can say "midsummer
madness". Olivia (Made-
line Bugeau-Heartt, above
with Elizabeth Haffey),
doesn't mind that the boy
she has been chasing is
really a girl- she'll just
marry Sebastian (Brianna
156 Green Years
Twist and shout
"The fall play is like varsity
drama- we work hard and
we're like a family!"
- Danielle Damren, senior
Can't buy me love
"Jbe most rewarding
thing about any theatrical
experience is the bond you
form with everyone in the
- Evan Rees, senior
8 days a week
"By the end of the fall
play, I can't imagine not
spending every day with
- Rebecca McClellan, junior
"The play was awesome;
it really helped me make
friends in all different
- Abby Keaveney, freshman
"The fall play was my first
real taste of theater at
- Brian Molloy, senior
All you need is love
"My favorite cast bonding
event was bowling. It
was a really fun way to
get to know each other's
strengths and weaknesses."
- A.J. Sadler, sophomore
welfth Night. .or what you will: Take the greatest Brlt-
■ ish playwright, Shakespeare; toss in the greatest British
band, The Beatles, and you have potential. Add to the mix
the fearless energies of a dedicated group of actors and you
come out with a night of theatrical magic. For three nights in
November the cast of Twelfth Night took us to a land where
Love and innocence ruled over all. The audience watched as
Viola (Mary McDonnell) went on a journey of mistaken iden-
tity and mixed up love. Along the way she ran into a clown
(Rebecca McClellan), the uptight, yellow-stockinged butler
(Evan Rees), the mischievous house maid (Hannah Ham-
mond), a pair of drunken buffoons (Scott Delisle & Aaron
\s Kessler), an over-eager lady (Madeline Bugeau-Heartt), and
• . the love of her life (Brian Molloy). With a collection of danc-
■ ers reminding us along the way that Love can be pure and
I innocent, Twelfth Night proved to be a delightfully fun and
f silly evening of theatre for all who came.
FRONT ROW/ (L-R): Arianna Dibenedetto, Julia Nagle, Alex Gunning, Camille Rogers, Amanda Poche, Nicole
Campion, Brian Molloy, Danielle Damren, Mary McDonnell, Kelsey Thornton, Scott Delisle, Aaron Derdarian,
Russell Gutterson, Aaron Kesler SECOND ROW: Cara Henderson, Peter Campion, Nina Shapiro, Charlotte
Malin, Rebecca McClellan, Anokhee Mepani, Kate Aloisio, Evan Rees, Elizabeth Haffey, Jillian London, Mia
Cianciarulo, Dan Akikie, Justin Lee, Hannah Hammond, Danielle Stein, Madeline Bugeau-Heartt THIRD
ROW: Jacky Martin, Shannon McCarthy, Erica Nagle, Hillary Hui, Sabrina Farley, Kathryn Gilliand, Elise
Blanchard, Steven McCarthy Joshua Goldberg, Olivia Cawley, Mary Doyle, Elena Maimonis, Ellen Kunkel,
BACK ROW: Anokh Palakurthi, Justin Magnan, Nick Damren, Delaney Russell, Becky Farley, Dorian Ober-
stein, Melissa Solimine, Sarah Hogan, Zoe Radner, Kyle Menyhert, Matt Hurley, Michelle Grimaud, Brianna
King, Eliza Kaplan, Lochlainn MacDonald, A.J. Sadler
"Twelfth Night" Poster Design by Jjlie Aoude, Class of 2009
Fall Play 157
Eddie Flagrante, played
by Evan Rees (right
with Kara WIggIn), Is
a notorious flirt. When
he's not chatting up his
secretaries, he's pursuing
his long-lost sweetheart.
"The show was really spe-
cial for seniors this year
I loved being able to
connect to the show."
- Andrea Munar, senior
"I would definitely recom-
mend that people do the
musical. You get to meet
new people, and work
on something you can be
really proud of."
■ Charlotte Malln, junior
"The most challenging part
of being In the musical was
the time commitment. We
were there 4 days a week,
3 hours a day... but It was
all worth it In the end!"
- Kyle f^enyhert
"I couldn't join the cast,
but after all the good times
I had during the fall play, I
wanted to still be Involved,
so I joined crew."
- Sarah Hogan, freshman
Word from the Bird
"I love the whole hug circle
experience at the end
of the show! It's a great
tribute to our seniors."
- Danielle Stein, junior
FRONT ROW (L-R): Kara Wiggin, Arianna DiBenedetto, Amanda Poche, Jamie Doyle, Jillian London, Juila Nagle, Elizabeth
Haffey, Danielle Damren, Mary McDonnell, Nicole Campion, Mia Cianciarulo, Andrea Munar, Hannah Cohn,Ryan McCarthy,
Dan Akikle, Evan Rees, Laura Anderson, Camille Rogers, Brian Molloy, SECOND ROW: Cara Henderson, Rebecca McOetlanr
Elizabeth Mason, Charlotte Malln, J.T. Kelly, Justin Lee, Aaron Derderian, Alex Gunning, Kelsey Thornton, Kathryn Martin, Russ
Gutterson, Abble Brown, Kathleen Lally, Katelyn Raftery, Kristen Emerson, Madeline Bugeau-Heartt, Danielle Stein, Aaron
Kesler, Casey McLaughlin, Peter Caplon THIRD ROW: Sabrlna Farley, Jackie Martin, Shannon McCarthy, A.J. Sadler, Steven
McCarthy, Joshua Goldberg, Matt Hurley, Jason Demarlnis, Kyle Menyhert, Matt Levlne, Eliza Kaplan, Elise Blanchard, Ellen
Kunkel, Erica Nagle, Hillary Hui, Brianna King, Mary Doyle, Olivia Cawley, BACK ROW: Thomas Mandevllle, Becky Farley, Jenny
Young, Nick Damren, Lochlainn MacDonald, Anokh PalakurthI, Justin Magnan, Sarah Angellcl, Genny Rogers, Julia Bornstein,
Zoe Radner, Calla Tiberl, Abigail Keaveney, Becky Malln, Annie Craig, Lee Hatfield, Delaney Russell, Dorian Oberstein, Jenna
Launie, Lauren Werth
Cruisin' for a
It takes a real rebel to
shake up someone like
Miss Strict (Madeline
who always has a whistle
in hand and snarky
remark up her sleeve.
'It's another day, but not just
another day' The place: Enrico Fermi
High School. The time: The nuclear 50's.
Jonny (Brian Molloy) is from the wrong side
of the tracks. When Toffee (Charlotte Ma-
lin) is told to stop dating him, he plunges
himself into the local nuclear power plant.
Jonny returns as a nuclear zombie, and all
he wants to do is go to the prom! Standing
in his way is Miss Strict (Madeline Bugeau-
Heartt), the school's uptight principal. Inves-
tigative reporter Eddie Flagrante (Evan Rees)
is on the job to breal< the news and rekindle
an old flame. With a school-full of energetic
teens, dead boyfriend puns, and a Tango that
brought down the house, the Cast and Crew
of Zombie Prom exploded off the stage ev-
ery night with song, dance and energy that
brought audiences back again and again.
"Zombie Prom" Poster Art Designed by Melissa Haughn, Class of 2010
The Musical 159
"For Drama Club, we merged
fairytales with reality to create
our skits, which was a fun time
for the performers and the
Encounters with the Arts is an annual showcase of students' work in
the visual and performing arts. This year the Arts Wing was trans-
formed into a gallery displaying works created in all classes, from
beginner to advanced. Students demonstrated art-making processes,
like the potter's wheel and silk-screening. Drama students performed
short works, and the Drama Club performed their original short play
"Harry Potter and the What-if's," in the Little Theater Throughout
the evening vocal and instrumental groups performed a wide range
of pieces, from classical to contemporary. At to top things off, the
National Art Honor Society hosted Project Empty Bowls, an ice cream
fundraiser to benefit The Greater Boston Food Bank.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Holly Griffin, Molly O'Brien, Tina Abijaoude, Jackie Audi, Santi
Strickland, Hillary Hui, Alex Jackson BACK ROW: Maria Walsh, Molly Stachowicz,
Mariana Cl-iiulli, Hannah Cohn, Casey Bowler, Justin Magnan, Elise Blanchard
FRONT ROW (L-R): Nicole Chan, Anokhee Mepani, Jamie Doyle, Corrinne Wells,
Scott Delisle MIDDLE ROW: Sami Hamdan, Krishna Yelleswarapu, Sarah Muellers,
Kate Alolsio, Jacqueline Morra, Brad Baldwin BACK ROW: Ravi Yelleswarapu, Erica
Sweeney, Kenneth Long, Jackie Henry, Jenna Aswad, Stephen Mooncai, Ehren Wong
FRONT ROW (L-R): Kyle Menyhert, Erin Curran, ^-ac, Donlon, Elidi Chan, Ashley
Littlejohn, Allison Wittich, Elizabeth Teebagy, Jason Demarinis, Christopher Lui, William
Spear MIDDLE ROW: Disha Sharma, Casey Smith, Steven Campion, Adrienne Rose,
Edward Han, Christopher Tso, Nicholas Mom, Erik Maloney, Jacob Indursky BACK
ROW: Paul Cook, Fahad Munir, Samuel Malonson, Chase Kerzel, Peter Radonich, Conor
Duffy, Adam Shipp, Ryan Neville, Derek St.Hill, Erik Brakke
FRONT ROW (L-R): Tommy Coyle, Kevin Boettger, Allison Ristaino, Penny Pease, Andrea
Munar, Kathleen Lally, Kara Wiggin SECOND ROW: John Trakas, Gary Novoson, Philip
Azeredo, Hani Singer, Stephen Weinreich, James Looney, Melanie Hedal, Chris Graves,
Justin Lee, Omar Hadzipasic, Katelyn Rafter/, Elizabeth Haffey, Abigail Holler, Hilary
Sugg, THIRD ROW: Allison McNulty, Keelin Henderson, Nadeem Istfan, Chris Sullivan-
Trainor, Alex Mom, Katie Sullivan-Trainor, Misha Beatty, Jonathan Neimann, Allison Lim,
Julia Kane, Matt Venti, Malachy Duffy, Alex Kessler, Ullas Rao, Allison Campion BACK
ROW: Sanna Huang, Tony Xia, Matt/ Zola, Michael Shany, Stuart Leibson, Adam Walker,
Nicole Campion, Peter Campion
1 62 Green Years
Throughout the year, the music department presents con-
certs to showcase the hard work and talent of students in
music classes and extracurricular groups. The two major
music events, The Winter Concert and The Pops Concert,
feature the Wind Ensemble, Passing Notes, Chorus^..
Orchestra, Concert gand, and Combined Band. Th«B
student groups perform for ttieir parents and comn^ity
members in the evening cor certs and for their peerslJur-
ing school assemblies. At this year's Pops Concert, mem-
bers of Passing Notes gave a memorable Mrformance of a
medley of Disney classics. It 'was also a Wily celebrated
and memorable event because it w/as Mr. Giurleo's last
concert before his retirement, -^
Green Years 1 63
-Slingtown Heroes Luke and Kyle
-Waking up at 4
-Back ot the hockey bus
-fighting sawyer on the punting green
-Owning in NHL
-KJASL wiff tourny
-Basically i just called you. ...potty
Thanks for all of the smiles, tears, and laughs. I will never for-
get those who have touched my life.
I will miss: sophomore year, canton, partridge drive, storrow cir-
cle, Aruba '09 -never a dull moment, OTH superfans and football
games. You giris are the most amazing friends one could ask for.
I will never meet another group of giris like you. You are all unbe-
lievable. Thank you to my family for putting up with all my crap.
I love you.
My favorite high school memories are hanging with my
friends, getting Slurpees, jamming in the car, the spaceship...,
the cor war with Sebs friends, going to concerts, triple lunch,
Starbucks trips, chubby bunny, PTGW :), going to the movies,
going to Brookline, late night sleepovers and hanging on my
deck. I enjoyed participating in the musicals (dancer chant),
varsity cheerieoding, and robotics. I might not remember ev-
ery joke, but I'll remember that around all of you I was always
I will miss everything about Westwood High School. I owe a lot
of my memories to my friends and I will always remember all of
you. Meeting friends in all different grades from cross country,
indoor, and outdoor track all four years has mode me enjoy
high school even more. I don't regret anything that has hap-
pened to me throughout my time here. I would be nothing
and would not hove grown without the important people who
have both come into and gone from my life. Luh all moh fronz.
1 68 Senior Expressions
I'll never forget the boat, Canton, T-
bone, Chiristies and McDonalds park-
ing lots, soccer and chiont <3, Allies
dog " Buddy", Spanishi class " boom
done over", the bunnp, sandy val-
ley, spying on neighbors, the Robert,
Dedham house, bonfires at Phil's,
showers with my clothes on, pillow
palace, baseball game rood trips,
hockey&football games, 4th of July
with Julia, getting lost at country test,
Maresh's physics class, Jakes, Spicy
chex mix, new years '08, trampoline,
looking dapper, Mary team kick o**,
"bye." "ok.", WHS good times.
Westwood has been fun. Hanging out with my best friends Bar-
bara and Shariden. College apps and hanging out in the guid-
ance office. It's been fun but i'm glad to leave.
Oh how time flies. I'll always remember the good times of high
school, soccer, "extreme", ski team was always cool. Tennis with
Dolleman. JBand vvnth Mr. G and Co. Transporting people in the
funbus. Traveling around the world. Bass, B.S.A. some great mem-
ories. Keep on rockin' in the free worid.
Sophomore year. Canton, Hull, Partridge Dr., Monday nights
at Bloomingdole's, "Those are noodles", my sixteenth birth-
day. Prom '07, Pierre, paintchips<3, Greek Easter '09, The
Barnyard, the man on strawberry hill, dover road, girl's night,
Aruba '09, Bridgewater, Brown volleyball camp?, Christie's,
Bubbling Brook, "Oh my gawd monsto jam was sooo fun".
Just Do/doing, and stuff.
Oh Westwood.. Good memories. Westwood Fashion
Club, NHAS, Boston Dance/Step Team, Peer Mediation/
ADL field trips and lunch blocks learning new ways to help
others and slowly the world. Most memories however take
place with my METCO family. My two besties since 7th
grade, Chan and Bubbie, my grandpa Steven, my sis Tab-
by, & my grandma Marsha. Nothing but jokes, laughs & a
few serious moments. These four years hove been interest-
ing. Growing up with these guys, their priceless reactions
to my different hair colors, styles & sometimes ridiculous
outfits. Imma miss you guys.
Thanks for these four years. Looking back, I'll miss the comfort
of JuJu's at 4:45 AM, the shower women, dance parties, a small
portion of my nose, and the real Dedham Papa Gino's. I'll miss
free blocks, B109, Latin, rain runs. Lit festivities, getting lost, wish-
ing for good luck, and countless breakfast dates. But most of all,
I'll miss the people we've grown used to seeing on a daily basis.
I hope that we each walk out of WHS looking forward to new
people and places. I'm glad to have had the chance to know
you. Good luck everyone!
SENIORS'09- I'll never forget you and you better never
forget me! Livin the dream soph year- canton, partridge
drive, dri's, ryon's. Prom 07 08 09. just woaalk it out. molly's
Sweet 1 6. Halloween, paintchips, Greek Easter '09, Hull with
seniors 08. BF's with the cops at Grahams, Hilarious sum-
mers: "I'm straoanded" "katie call and hang up" "shoes".
Brown vboll and MLD=queen lout. Andrew's. Straight up
pouching. St. Patrick's Day. ARUBA. Love all 9 of you-more
memories to come. BYE highschool. Love, Jelly,
I am a Wolverine, I bleed green. 'Westwood Football will al-
ways be in my heart. Pasta dinners. Doing work in the gym.
Locker-room/ Bus ride convos. Fafdra household. The Lax
Bro's. Neil White it has been good. Thank you friends for all the
memories. JDF. AK. DBT. POWEN. PFED. Hotel Berluti. Hull. Cape
Cod. Jimmy's hot tub. Late night McDumpies. Sloyin. Victory
Breakfasts. KJASL. Answering Danny's calls. Behind the Scenes.
Thanks JFron. Thank you family for being by my side. "If living
the dream was easy, everyone would do it"
Erica Bowl by
i will miss the ever elusive Bucket List, Burrito Brigade, Jersey Par-
ties, Varsity Soccer, Hockey and Lacrosse, Cruzin' in the 4 Run-
ner, Civic Center, Lost, Bauer, chilling of the Cape, balling of
Sheehon, listening to UB40 with the crew, bridge to Terobythia,
Mo Vaughn and David Wells making 'em pay with some mad
spray. Jasmine, Gizmo, Digiornos, Tetris, pool basketball, Argyle
sweater vests. Waffle Tuesdays, David Dwoyne Dogenhordt,
questionable music. Team Pride, Lipsmackers, Dynamic demo-
lition duo. Rear-ending pink cars. Halo nights, flat brimmed hats
and shades, all my friends who made the memories, and my
Mom, Dad and sisters. DING.
SmacksN, The Clan, My Dibs, Yolando's Dance Party, Anna's
House-Hiding in Closets, Phillips Woods, Canton, Allie Garage,
Vineyard, Bowlregord, 1 8th Bday Cakes, Walking xc/Trock, St.
Pday parade. Robbers, Poufy Dresses, Baking w/Molly, Pussy-
cats, Eggling/ Lemon in Sock, Punches by Pleahy, WINNERS,
Foiling in Fishbowls, Chased by horses in Boston, Sandy Valley,
Timber, Moha Face, New Years-9pm, Prom07,8,9, Halloween
'08, Guss Guss, Pillow Palace, Christies/McDonalds P. lot, Mrs.
Marresh/Ashworth/Gold's class. MR.SHERR AND SEAMUS, Me
and Cindy got Scars to Prove it. SENIORS 09 NO REGRETS
1 70 Senior Expressions
state C^Knps 2008
This is the time to remember 'cause it will not lost forever!
*Lacrosse Field Hockey 1234* lax trips and long runs. Napple
Chapel!! Powder puff win. LAX STATE CHAMPS '08. Summer
08. NH. "Can I hove some examples please" (g-blk loves).
Hangin out and having fun with friends. Rolling on Brianno's
floor!! "Here's to goodbye tomorrow's gunna come too
soon!!" Friends & Family- thanks for everything
"It's amazing that four years
have gone by faster than
KMart racing the mile. 'Glory
days will pass you by in the
wink of a young girl's eye'. ..so
get caught up in the excite-
ment of football games and
spring musicals; meet every
teacher, student, secretary,
and custodian that you possi-
bly can; let other people into
your life; take each day as its
own, live each moment as a
special one, and remember to
smile at people as you pass in
"There is nothing like return-
ing to a place that remains
unchanged to find the ways
in which you yourself have al-
tered" ~ Nelson Mondela
ior Expressions 171
Play and musical, stage managing, backstage moments,
conversations on the headsets, missing cues. Adventures
with Amy PS and Big Whit, Good luck! Afternoon snack
runs with Kara and Kristen. Chem moments with Julio.
Gauntlet, Central high, and Cheddar dolphins. Awkward
convos in B free. What happens in the caravan stays in the
caravan, anything said in MICH. Hallway embracement
with D. Stein and. My heart, soul, sweat and tears into ZP
"Moments and their memories ore all that life leads to, live
them lough them off and start your life anew!
Finally done. There have been a lot of great times in high school.
I have met a lot of people that have taught me a lot of stuff useful
now and in the future. There are certain teachers that I will never
forget. I'm gonna miss all those free blocks and triple lunches in
band. I have enjoyed being a part of Westwood sports, from
making the state tournament in soccer to being crowned Divi-
sion 4 State Relay Champs in track. The best memory is FINALLY
BEATING MEDFIELD senior year, indoor Track 09 beat Medfield
and State Relay Champs.
'08 Baseball State Champs #7, DPED 15, dodgeball leg-
ends, getting goosey, creeping with tyler and brendan, liv-
ing at AK's- mini bboll fifo tiger woman, splashing steve @
morrison and sheehan, Islington & being poor with bloy and
kyle, beating danny, behind the scenes, Mikey's, James' &
Cindy's, fighting oryo, free blocks with tyler, love you Sam
hove fun next year
Just Do lt....Trock & Field... 4x200m School Record... Science
Team... Football... KJASL... Road to 17 (Celtics Pride)... Jom-
min'...St. Margaret Mary's CYO Basketball... Don't Look Back
Baseball State Champs '08 #'s 3,7,12,1 6 "No Hootin'". CYO Cap-
tains with Tyler and Casey, #53 Scon a dynasty ended. Playing on
the rocks with Tyler, good times since preschool. J Edwards, late
night goming, questionable music, and 1000 miles with Casey.
Creeping with Casey and Tyler in the Sable. Miles in the Moun-
taineer, bolls back with Juice. Cowlicks, Prague '09, Megotouch
world tour with AK. Baseball with Bloy and his Jumpsuits. 1 a.m.
neighbors. Dodgeball Champs '09. Pond Hockey at Martha/
DCPC. Christies, McDonald's. Ms. Roy Latin 1,11, mox "everglades",
Thurston Thursdays, B Block Anatomy, D Block Spanish.
172 Senior Expressions
Here's to nom-nom-nom-ing and the Spanish question
mark. Rennember to ask those penetrating questions. Baby,
Ruthanne, Brooke, the Truck, and Priscilla — you will all be
missed. The BACON FAT is gone and every party had its
pooper. Papa mamboed and pickles and donuts were
eaten. We looked high and low for the duck and still said
que bummer. Here's to Tuesday night basketball games,
making Alex work for me at High Street, and fighting about
Styrofoam. Here's to visiting different countries and to mak-
ing sure that Joe and Bridget stay close. And here's to us.
"Ms. Dawson", Walshy, Can-
ton, frndz, varsity gymnastics,
P.Dempsey, British Headquarters,
"You turn my sails upwind", Lauren
Hall's car and a mailbox, Garmin
Electro, Wes: the favorite Dawson
child, sledding+Molly Shea= good
times most of us will remember,
S. W.M.N, foreigners, Route 9, the
Greenocre bumper boarding inci-
dent, Westwood girls hockey team
'09, fifth wheeling... I will never know
my way around Westwood, so
don't try and teach me. Thanks for
a great two years; you're the sec-
ond best town I've ever known...
"Vi6 siglum mastri tru, Seglum fDon-
dum. Vid styrum ad i bru."
Good times in the practice rooms,
tipper gore, Chris's basement, the
legacy of The Clams, and all the
good (and bod) around town,
B Dills, Wayne Chats and Jonas.
Someone once said "These are the
best 4 years of your life". They were
lying. But it's all over now so who
cares! MMMMMM g-g-g-g-g-g-g.
Sophomore year. Canton, OTH
superfans, partridge dr., Chris-
ties, Bubbling Brook, Aruba '09,
volleyball, MLD, Brown Camp,
exceeding the absence limit
every year. Fish and Co, Hull,
Summer '08 road trip with Car-
oline, Kukoo Kunuku, Bridge-
water, Chapfest '09, Fo Sho,
Countryfest, FCFC, Probation
'07, secrete life with Katie,
"One wooden pencil", Meg
my Sweet, Halloween '07, the
I will always remember my
friends and the amazing times
we've had over the years.
Katelyn, you don't realize how
much you have done for me
and what a great friend you
have been. Thank you so
much! To my theater friends,
we have had some of the
greatest laughs of rehearsal.
To my Softball girls, my four
exciting years of Westwood
Softball are ones I will never
forget. I'll miss you guys so
much! And above all, I thank
my Mom and Dad for all of
their love and support over
XC with Hava, lost in our own town, planning
parties with Margaret then ending up tan-
ning by her pool- alone, Moondo-Coldsfone,
Yu-Yan adventures, "breathes heavy", pre-
dances with Margaret, Colleen, Caroline,
Barbara, and Shariden, Conine- hiding our
violins, catching ourselves laughing at musical
jokes, breaking her bow, Anoks just not going
to orchestra. Annual elf-watching with Patrick,
"bye buddddy", my dress-the only one miss-
ing, intricate plans (yuj), all shows especially
Zombie Prom and Dominican preparation
for Ramona, Kress "coming out of the wood-
work". I'll miss everyone who helped me get
through these years, especially Matt H and my
family and friends.
Westwood Football '08, 3, 5, 7, 8, 21. 20-13, morning lifts
with Seomus and Contrares CYO dynasty, pond hockey
with the bros, Punto Cana '09, KJSL wiffleball tournaments,
gaming with Fitzy and Phil, New Hampshire with the boys,
fishing with Max and Oaks Volleyball at AK's cuddling with
rat answering Danny's phone calls... Eating with Katie
and Amanda, flirting with the lunch ladies, hugging Pizo,
Blay's jumpsuits, gym with Juice, Mr. Beriuti handshakes,
snowmobiling with Kymon. Beating Medfield.
TO 00 BALLON
Ten years from now I may not re-
member what we did those nights,
or what made us lough so hard, but
I will always remember you were the
ones who were there. LEGENDS,
shmoopie love, poppits09. Buck-
master, campouts, roodtrips, failed
roodtrips (thanks Magellan), Folloh-
Rostom family vacations, clubbing,
and too much ice cream. To the
Persians- though we may be part-
ing ways for college, never forget
that Mamarazzi eagerly awaits our
return. Here's to my family, friends,
and teachers for making these past
four years absolutely incredible.
Thanks so much for everything. Mo'
fraanz, mo' fun. I value friendship.
Peace up, A-town.
This was a time to find myself, figure out who I am as a person.
I hove on idea of who I am now. On the outside I am a black
female artist & entreprenuer - on the inside I'm just what God
wonts me to be.
• Trips with AK
■ SeriorTrip, Punta Cana
■ Gaming Zombs with Mike and Phil
■ Catchoble gome with AK
■ Cowlicks with friends
■ Famous' Chicken Cutlet
• KJASL Wiffleball
■ High Fives with Bloy
- Answering Danny's phone calls
■ Blay partner
• Paying attention in Stats class
- Snuggle Muffin
- Old Greg
Lomons. Laura's beach house. Vineyard "summer girls". AP
physics level 3. 50 Pancakes. T.W.M.P. Meditech. The Door. April
camp. Taylor Swift. Florida trips. Wasting mom's gas in Boston.
Sunsets. The Dirty D. Ladybugs. April 24 2008. Safari Jeep. Jap-
anese Karaoke. Reunion Nights. Chip and Dip. Apple Picking.
Sunday mornings. The Thickstrops. Concerts. Cowboys. Ann
Curry. My onsie broke. Laura's never right. Itfomb. The scenic
route. The HOUSE. Gullo Gullo Island.
"Fearless is living in spite of those things that scare you to death.
Letting go is fearless. Then, moving on and being alright..."
family & friends.
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I'll always remember the
great times I had during
high school: crazy dance
parties, the Dover Demon,
Rock Band, Twilight and
Robert Pattinson, IHOP at
midnight, driving past Ce-
dars Market, awkward sto-
ries, and bowling. Julia (K
and N), Melanie, Lauren,
Michelle, Amy, Jillian, Mia,
and Allie-I love you guys
so much. Thanks for making
high school amazing!
"Build a better : ; ;; .;eTrap and the world will beat a path to
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
High school is where you
heal old friendships, moke
new friends and lose some
along the way. I will al-
ways remember three
things, bitter cold football
games huddled close with
my classmates, lunches
spent laughing hysterically
about nothing at all and
the friendships I had, have,
and will always keep. I hope
I'm remembered as the girl
who could count "all of her
hands on her friends".
Chaps. Cfest '06 '07 '08 '09. 4 ever
love. Eggs; hilarious missions with my
bestiess. Strawberry Hill. SUMMER-
Marshfield. Volleyball memories...
weekends, late night mcdys runs,
on my face, FCFC. Red Sox. Happy
fourth of Julyyyyl! Looove ya b's but
I'm sick of you! Goodbye. ..forevoo.
Stephanie G reeley
SOPHOMORE YEAR. "Hi my name is
Jeff," "Uhh it's not raining out". Back-
ing out of the driveway, weekends at
Mika's, conquering every town with
Kristen and Margaret, The Ruchie resi-
dence, NYAJ, GWU, Getting pulled
over 6 times, parking tickets in the
school parking lot, B block anxiety at-
tacks, Martha's Vineyard trips, Missis-
sippi '07, getting cuffed at Medfield,
XC all four years, Hava, Blue Explorer,
WSC, concerts. Cake after dinner, ca
ing Mr. Bean, Mr. Bean taking our ce
phones everyday, not wearing goggles
for labs involving no chemicals and get-
ting yelled at, XC all four years, Hava,
"GO A'WAY FAT MAN", the basketball
analogies, "The Friday Night".
Betsy Grot on
Here's to compouts, six flogs, the colorZ of friendship, skateboard-
ing, "we're going to NY without you!", Buckmaster, taytay, SCG
meow!, Lolly family, W.E.B DoBoyz, pound it!, friend hips, Molly's soft
hair, B Block Bio, lost ditch efforts, nice shades, E Block History, soccer
superfons, ruff ryderz. Thumbs Up Crew, orgyle, YOP, stair handle,
Erin Mulhem's ringtone by Xtreme, where ore the roils?, maroonS
and worldn' at da grocery store! To my family, thank you and I love
you so much! To my friends, "no matter what happens we'll never
forget all the times we've had together" love you guys.
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High school in one paragraph; PEK sleepovers, rat pacl<
'05, cape cod '06. To the good and bads of sophomore
year. Field Hockey '06. Taylor Swift night 2.8.08, Jordin
Sporks/Chris Brown Weekend. MC parties. Manda and
elono-Breaking Free. Lil we'll always be Hove and B. Kritta
don't let the pebbles in your path bother you. Cez never
forget 8th grade, eitak ward IGUANA. Fsh and Co. Big dip-
per little dipper. "They love to tell you stay inside the lines
but something better is on the other side." High School was
more than just a paragraph. The end of the beginning.
"If ever there is tomorrow
when we're not together.,
there is something you
must always remember,
you are braver than you
believe, stronger than you
seem, and smarter than
you think, but the most
important thing is, even if
we're apart.. I'll always be
with you"- Winnie the Pooh
"We all hove our time ma-
chines. Some take us back,
they're called memories. Some
take us forward, they're called
dreams." The past four years of
high school have been unforget-
table. As I look back and reflect
on so many memories I realize
that high school has taught me
so much. From Newtonian Me-
chanics to Varsity Soccer, I've
enjoyed every minute of it. Thank
you Mom, Dad, Muhamed, and
all my teachers for all you hove
done for me. As I look to the fu-
ture and follow my dreams, I'll al-
ways look back and never forget
sssmooaaccckk n' it. we are winners! Christies & mcdonalds.
smokey joe. DDD on mondays. the clan + egglings. rip Gus-
sGuss. poofy dresses? HOT DOGS, the bump, chicken pluck,
campouts & late night swims, bald men. mississippi. woolly
mammoth, aimlessly driving, baseball games & getting lost,
dance parties. THE MASK, common occurence, bella. the
maha face - it will never die! japloop. taxi cab driver <3.
bbqs. summer, drinking coke, drama & nights of absolute
chaos, soprah. a great four years at WHS.
"When did we forget our dreams? The infinite possibilities each
day holds should stagger the mind. The sheer number of ex-
periences I could have is breathtaking, and I'm sitting here
refreshing Facebook. We live trapped in loops, reliving a few
days over and over, envisioning only a handful of paths laid
out ahead of us. We see the same things
each day, respond the same way, think the
some thoughts, every moment smoothly fol-
lowing the cun/es of societal norms. We act
.. _ like if we just get through the day, tomorrow
f-^^|M^^^ our dreams will come bock to us" (Cont. Alex
WM^ *. Moin).
it's crazy to think we're done with high
school, it doesn't seem real. Thank you
so much Timmy, Bobby, Ryan, Mom and
Dad; I obviously couldn't hove done it
without you. Just as important as my fam-
ily, I appreciate my friends so much, I'm so
glad we've had such a close friend group
through the yeors. I'll miss the Mulhalls,
homeroom chats, success trips to bubbling brook, hockey din-
ners, buckmaster, the tricycle, scavenger hunt, Drea, "Courtney",
friendship land, mother Nona, G block free, birthday basement
smell... I know we'll all stay in touch and I can't to see what's next.
176 Senior Expressions
THE friday night, kilingtonVT, sum-
mer06 camping and night ex-
cursions, Wednesday nights
yaaa knoww, artimus-CHUMPS,
xc 4? years, tvl champs bball
08, coffee-SENORA???, pirate
party @gdubs, "uhh it's not rain-
ing out", explorers, falala and
blumping around, pudge&bho
"I don't tr/ to hide my tears, my se-
crets, or my deepest fears. Through
it all nobody gets me like you do."
Eight Shows. Humarock. Zoo Adven-
tures. Olympics '08. The Mortal Flesh.
Cherubs Oh Great. Holy Weeks. Ul-
timate Daddy's Girls. The Dress That
Goes Down In History. Martha's
Vineyard. Hitting Up The Double C.
Backyard Bonfires. The Fairies. Friend
Group Initiation. Workin' On His Phys-
ics. History Study Groups. So Many
Concerts. No Cats In the Auditorium.
Movie Nights. Romantic Date With
Geraldine. Powder Puff '08. Up To
No Good. The Only Normal Ones.
"I'm only me when I'm with you."
Too much Senioritis to even do my senior kit. I'm
going to regret this when i'm like 40.
I will always remember soccer volleyball with David Dagan-
hardt, 4 AM practices at Nobles, Mark Harrison's West Ger-
man exercises, free block BOGGLEfests, decimating endless
hours of work on our cardboard bridges, and finally taking
home my 2nd hockey M'^P trophy.
"We all kind of went our separate
ways, but I swear it seems like yes-
terday" Countryfest 06,07,08,09,
Rascal Flatts, Julio- Dave Martel
HAHA JOKE, Taylor Swift weekend
with 4 (JG PG CI) Lunch Table,
OTH super fans (ED AS KW EW CZ
JA), Coldstone Word- History dept
and car ride dances, Marshfield
forever. Cruise 06, mission trips, field
hockey, ice hockey, softball, CD
Birthday twin, Vic-Facebook inbox.
Summer Heights High School, Red
Sox, Westwood Rec with Katie Ar-
ies, hockey movie nights with the
select few (LH SM GP AL JM), Field
Hockey sing-a-longs "its all coming
back to me now". Physics with Rob
"Saying goodbye isn't the hard
port, it's what we leave behind
that's tough." There is no doubt
that it will be hard to leave West-
wood high, but the experiences
I have hod and memories I
have mode will lost a lifetime.
Football gomes, H/B free blocks,
the Cope, the den, x dances,
Mao's AP cole, snugglefests
with meg, Sundays at 50's, kiss
concerts, band, prom, and
gossip giri get togethers. To my
friends - it wouldn't hove been
the same without you. Love you
guys! To my family, thank you for
your unwavering support. And
to the class of 2009 - good luck!
My four years at West-
wood Higtn Sct~iool hiave
been fun. Tt^e feactiers
hiave been great and in-
teresting. And ftie attilet-
ics hiave been awesome.
Four years on ttie golf
team tiave been a time
I will never forget, and
the tennis team hias been
great as well. However,
the great times with my
friends will be what I re-
member the most.
"And they're gonna have a go". KJASL. Photohunt. Cowlicks
with Bcrowe. World Tour with Aryo. Quadpod. Dodgeball
Champs '09.. McGunogle "dropping the ball". CYO. BLAY
frito moment. March Madness. Mini basketball. Road trips with
Christa. Predicting the future. Cheryl Criss. The cotchoble gome
and high fives with Fitzy. Handshake with James. "Jimmy is a
tool". Shoun Palmers with Casey. Prague '09. Hall and Gates.
Apples to Apples. Lola (Sam). Senior trip. Tennis with Casey.
Fighting Arya. Momma D. Trips with Fitzy. SKFL (Kyle). Casey
picking up my kleenex. Answering Danny's phone calls. 614.
MS, JK, JN, BG, MH, JL, AB. MichLourMelBec White Rocks Moun-
tain, VT. BBLK CrAzY 1 and 2. JTK: miss watching the Aussi guys
from upiofoxwith you. LollylAPAIN.. BUNNY!!! haha love you and
your man legs. .and Gbelix!! TEAM EDWARD(ew Jacob haha)!!
Jeannie...ril still come to visit you wherever you end up work-
ing. .and hopefully I won't bump into anyone =] Mich. ..CVC is
the place to be!!!! Mel. ..procrastination!! WWFH..good luck next
year, and go all the way!!! "Be not afraid of greatness: some are
born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness
thrust upon 'em." -William Shakespeare
"Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once
in a while, you could miss it." So much fun with the XC and
track teams - thanks to Jen, Havo, Sully, and all the girls. I loved
band (Thanks Mr. G!), playing pond hockey, IHOP at midnight,
dance parties in the Volvo, deep dish cookies at Uno's, night
tubing, Elizabeth - all our summers in Maine, the Teal Camel,
brass knuckles. Bubbling Brook, and coffee cake. It's been nice
to know you all ; )
Although it's exciting to leave this place, I'll miss a lot here and
ofcourse THE THREE. These four years taught me about more
than just school work. Thanks so much mom, dad and olga for
everything. Peace out WHS!
Christies parking lot. Football games.
Summer on the Cope. Bonfires at Phils.
New Years at Sleights. Cindys. Allies.
Running from eyebrows. 675 Gay St.
3am phone calls. DHAC. Four years
of epic nights and more memories to
come... "No love or friendship can
cross the path of our destiny without
leaving some mark on it forever." Thank
you for helping me along the way, be-
ing there when I needed you most,
and making my first eighteen years
unforgettable. SB. SM. SS. ML. AH. AR.
AL CW. CD. CO. KP. KA. NM. Mom.
Dad. Matt. Love you all, God Bless.
178 Senior Expressions
I will miss triple lunch short Wednes-
days, opening new tennis boll cons
with Tony, fights in Gor/'s basement,
freezing my butt off during winter
track, getting kicked out of the li-
brar/ by Ms. S, just cutting the lunch
line, my friends, and the memories.
Too much to write out in 100 words or less. High School has
taught me so much that I know will be usulful to the rest of my
life. Teachers and classes hove lead me to my career choice
of engineering and people hove lead me to make many
decisions, both good and bod, that I have learned from.
Harney keepin up with hitnewhiphop.com, poppin tires, and
chillen with Jamie.
Westwood Hockey and Captains
with Blay and Don. ..Baseball State
Champs '08 #'s 12, 16,3, 7 "Nohoo-
tin" ...bolls back with Bcrowe.. .Wast-
ing gas in too many parking lots like
McD's and Christies. ..Dodgeboil
Champs '09. ..Pond Hockey with oil
the boys.. .those nights in the back-
yard poochin with ky-man...Mikeys
house with the Fafaras... Westwood
Golf and slammin clubs. ..Too many
hilarious times with Blay and 4 more
years to come also with Tyler...
Baseball with Polyes...2 Time Wiffle-
ball Champs with Blay and Case...
QuadPod and megotouch at Ak's...
Thanks to my amazing family for always being there for me,
I loved being the baby. High school was a blast and I'm
glad I hod such great friends along for the ride. Jewels no
matter the distance we can always meet up in Philly. Hen-
ny the drive bys are unforgettable, and remember there's
always plan b. Buffy I'm going to miss skipping school and
heading straight to Falmouth at least once a week, and
Earl will be waiting for us after college. Lour don't forget to
always delete those f.b. inboxes. Live, Laugh, Love. XOXO
Field Hockey, Winter and Spring Track, Poptarts, 24 hours
Starbucks, track lifers, go girl, dance parties, chili's mol-
tons, stunna shades, Lil Wayne at McDonalds, Sebs wars,
so spread your wings, Sha-noy-noy Lonelle, FH bus buddy
Betsy, Norton boys, raspberry ginger ale, being creepy,
Murphs, WayWay, FOB, Cheetos, OAR, B Block Free par-
ties, Swogga, AP Psych, bandies, single ladies, PTGW
I wouldn't have gotten through high school without the boat,
pamzee, Ponero, Prom 08, trips to boston, Copley, Canton, T-
Bone, Santa: Ho Ho Ho, Christies and McDonald's poricing lots.
Basketball Overnights, Zard, B Block B-Room buddies. Bonfires at
Phils, sandy valley, 4 foot curios, Napple Chapel, The Jungle, Jake's
House, Team Kick Arse, 1 am neighbors. Science Classes, house
rules, Dedham House, looking dapper. Lax State Champs, Football
and Hockey Gomes, OD-Jon rivalry, my soccer, basketball, and
lacrosse teams. WHS Class of '09. This will be missed.
Senior Expressions 179
I will miss/remember: AK's, Mikey's and Mrs. Fafara's home-
made dinners, Phil's bonfires, BCrowe's, James', Steve's car.
New Year's...?, hockey bus, waking up at 4am for hockey
practice, Punta Cona, CVS bench with Casey and Kyle,
pond hockey, ballin', XC with Shorry doing as little running as
possible, train ride with old lady, homeless man incident in the
subway with Casey, AK, and Fitzy, 2 time champion wiffleball
dream team with Juice and Casey, dodgeball champs '09,
cor rides to hockey with Juice, portners with Fitzy and many
other good times.
The Class of 2009 is defined
by the various personalities
proliferating through the body
of students. These are people
that I'll never forget. I think
the final song in Zombie Prom
defines our close-knit class of
2009, that no matter where we
go, we will always have each
other. We made it through fire
and tribulation, always laugh-
ing and having a good time.
I'm gidd I was a port of that
experience. I want to be re-
membered as a good friend,
an individual of strong charac-
ter who would always stand by
his peers, no matter what.
"I will miss: listening to UB40 with the crew, legendary trips with
the Burrito Brigade, Pride (in general), pointless arguments, no,
yes, CPST Destroyer, the civic center, KJASL, the Sheehan bball
crew, muy bueno, friendship train, Jim Brew, the bros, CYO,
guitar hero, rock band, Erin and Wills houses, conference room
time in E block, PGeary friend yopi, PROC tourney/domi-
nation, "rekindled love", HJ when track was fun, and Amir."
Marco Island, 18th birthday coke,
MY HANDS, ponero, mory's, TBone
and the Chant Family, Obooms,
Pamzee, G free, take a left, the
cape, x-mos party, the jungle, can-
ton, best goal in the history of ever,
4 foot curbs, norwood creeping,
uninvited ding dong ditch, nap-
pie chapel. Bay Colony pit stops.
Thanks to my friends and family i
Amy, Becca, Julio, Julio, Lauren, Melanie, Michelle, and ev-
eryone else thanks for all the memories! Summers in Plym-
outh, Track and Javelin, G Block Free, Acappello with MJ,
WoTown, OOTI, Medea, Brigadoon, 12th Night, and Zom-
bie Prom, Mississippi, Movie Nights, Dance Parties, Mario
Cart, Prom, Sleepovers, and Surprise Parties. Thank you to
all my friends and my family, it's been a great four years.
I will miss CD, the fort, THE penguin dance, mistake phone calls,
being crafty, crazy dance moves. Mo Vaughn and David Wells
making 'em pay with some mad spray, after practice car rides.
Bill Cosby, Briar Lone, Kyle Brew's finger, Sheehan bball crew,
JV soccer, pool bball, six flag shorts, legends, NCAA dynasties,
painful soccer seasons, prideful summer leagues, Mark Harrison,
questionable music, flat brimmed hats and shades, halo nights.
Gizmo, lipsmakers, Digiornos, catnip, Folkor, jersey number 1 8, my
underclassmen friends, getting punched by motf/, chillin with the
bros, and the friends who helped make oil the memories. DING.
1 80 Senior Expressions
It has been an annazing
four years at Westwood
Higti School filled with un-
forgettable memories, for
too many to put here. A
few things I'll never forget:
#8, soccer team (manag-
ers) and lacrosse team;
pond hockey, CYO, and
wiffle ball. Peppermint
patties. Meow? Big 3.
Thanl<s to my friends for
everything. Mom, Dad,
and Kelley, I love you;
thanks for always being
Track, FH, Lax, XC (my real love)
bumpin! Art with Lamb. AP Lit,
Moby+Dick, field stomping, bub-
blingbrook, what is man? Partywag-
on, all the plays and crew, catwalk
dance parties, Mango=Brice, Pre-
Calc, luna- the prev, team sledding,
DP 103! Canada, poolparties, hug
1st legs 2nd mind 3rd heart, cold-
stoneloop, 7.2 miles, castparties-
SNL, Dore's caravan. Hale, hips
don't lie, raspberrylime-rickey's,
dumpster diving, hiking... thanks
for so many great times. KT, MM,
DD, BM, AM, HH, LT, NC, RG. "And
when all's been said and done it's
the things that are given, not won,
are the things that you earned"
The Jungle, Katie's food, football and hockey gomes, country test
Bubbling Brook, indoor track, the chicken family. Canton, State
ChampsOB, Allie'strampolineand garage, tanning onroofs, Chilies
There's so much I wont to say but that would take alot more
than 100 words, if you know me well enough you already
know what I'd say. To all my friends: you know who you are,
I truly love you and thanks for all the memories. <3Buddah<3
"Be who you are and soy how you feel because those who
mind don 't matter and those who matter don 't mind "~Dr. Seuss
To "meg my sweet" get ready for the rest our lives.
Once Upon a Time, there lived a
girl. Here is a glimpse of her life:
Diet Sprite: Betrayal, wrapped in
bitterness... Biology. My show starts
at eight, please coll back later.
Drama Club Triumverate. Fire-side
chats with the Appreciation Club.
Going to Spain. The Clarinet. Ka-
baam. "Snakes on a plane? What's
that about?" Passing Notes, WHS
Choir. Festi! I'm just dying to go to
Acopulco! Metamorphosis, Won-
derful Town, Camino Real, Once
on This Island, Medea, Brigadoon,
Mrs. Warren's Profession, Twelfth
Night, Zombie Prom. A whole
bunch of inside jokes with a whole
bunch of people I truly appreciate.
"I hope the days come easy
and the moments pass slow and
each rood leads you where you
want to go and if you're faced
with the choice and you have
to choose I hope you choose
the one that means the most
to you". AP level 3 physics, "red
blue yellow wire"," i welcome
you to the vip back row of
class", Mrs. Plunketts class, pan-
cakes, G free, McDonalds, cor
rides into Boston, getting pulled
over by horses, halloween, Lau-
ras beach house, summer 08,
Rascal Flatts concerts, the cope,
florido, bond fires, bracelets,
Cindys, meditech. Jokes.
Life is too short. Grudges ore a waste of perfect hioppiness.
Laugh when you can, apologize when you should and let
go of what you can't change. Love deeply and forgive
quickly. Take chances, give everything and hove no re-
grets. Life is to short to be unhappy, you have to take the
good with the bod, smile when you're sad, love what you
got and always remember what
you had. Always forgive but never
forget. Learn from your mistakes
but never regret. People change
and things go wrong but always
remember life goes on.
Four years gone, so much to remember. Bumping in the Jeep,
nature walks through Hole, The Driveway, garages, DCPC, The
INCIDENT... and countless other stories, Bess and Drag, week-
night sessions, RIP Night Rider, taking lops, booted from the lib.
The Rivalry that never ends. Hotel Filbin, the football gomes we
never quite made it to. Rule #76: No excuses ploy like a chom-
To everyone who has contributed to my experi-
ences these past four years, thank you!
Nine shows, four years,
seven blocks a day, seven
best friends. High School is
a numbers gome, apply-
ing to college, getting the
grade, landing the part, ev-
erything, and it all has to do
with numbers. But you know
what has nothing to do with
numbers? Friends, memories
the most important things in
four years hove nothing to
do with numbers. After high
school I am hoping I never
have to take moth again
but I will hove the memories
and my best friends they will
always be there. Life's short
live it up while you con.
(Cont. from Elizabeth Haffey) "And ho, I don't hove all the an-
swers. I don't know how to jolt myself into seeing what each
moment could become. But I do know one thing: the solu-
tion doesn't involve watering down my every little idea and
creative impulse for the sake of some day easing my fit into a
mold. It doesn't involve tempering my life to better fit someone
else's expectations. It doesn't involve constantly holding bock
for fear of shaking things up. I want to soy it as clearly as I can:
live, not survive." -XKCD 'Dreams'
Here's to Legends, teamroom, lifers, Quebec, Dblock free junior
year, TJ's trips in Baxter, Briar Lone, Bblock bathroom buddies.
Thumbs Up Crew, Bill Cosby, Prom weekend. Cape Cohd, "Entoh
Portia", Kiss Concert, ZARD, ToyToy, neonship. Anatomy, laser tog,
mid-term week, sweet sixteens, and soccer supafans. Field Hock-
ey; Tourney '07, Sing-alongs, crozyponts, sleepover '08. Track; lifer
lane and hurdle pride. To Mom, Dad, Danny and Brendan, thank
you for everything, I couldn't ask for better support, and to my
friends — "Our little group has always been, and always will until
the end", i love you all.
I know that my high school experience would not have been
the Sonne without my family and friends. I love you all and
thank you for supporting me all the way. While I am excited
to move on in life, I will always remember my experiences at
Westwood High School... the clan, egglings, Mississippi, the
group<3, chicken pluck, Cindy's house!, lemon in a sock, WIN-
NERS, Anna's, baseball games, SM-
MAAACKKS N, Joke's, the vineyard
with Sandy, Amy's cape house,
I cannot grasp the idea of high
school coming to on end. I
wouldn't hove survived these
four years without my biddies. "Our
little group has always been and
always will until the end." Here's to
the aimless driving, ridiculous ac-
cents, and crazy shenanigans that
defined this past year. Here's to
the alumni of Westwood Nurser/
& Legends. Swingsets '08, Seniors
'09, Friends 'OLife. Mo friends, mo
fun! Bros<3 Swimmers: "I can't wait
to see you again." Will and Matty:
I've doted both of you right? Col-
leen, Maggie, Mom, and Dad:
Thank you for always supporting
me; Love you guys!
I will always remember judging people and being judged. Buck-
master, driving pointlessly (to Dedham football games, Connecti-
cut, etc.), "so it's o twosome type of thing?" -Bobo, implants, eoriy
morning practices, lifers in the cor, the friendship tent, skipping
practices, Nannerpuss, Perbino, secret plans, FL '09, entah Portia,
mo' friends mo' fun, Dina, EMONEY, and so much more. Swim-
ming and Diving - division champs '07, '08! Mom, Dad, Dylan, Pat-
rick, and Casey, I know I couldn't have done any of this vvnthout
you. Thanks to my friends, family, teachers, and ever/body else
who helped me to get here. 1 love you all!
SOPHOMORE YEAR, boogie man. N. Y.A.J, backing out of
the driveway. Mikos. "Hi my name's Jeff". Summer Heights
High School, breaking down in the parking lot. getting
cuffed in medfield. WSC. COUNTRYFEST. mississppi '06 '07
I get by with a little help from my friends. Slurpees. Lil Wayne at
McDs (Kath's fove). Cape Cod Summers (Jamaican Friends).
Swimming with E$. CREEPS. Hoedown.Swimzillo. Laura's texts.
Night swimming at Katie's, the trampoline. Go girl. Army crawl-
ing. Crouching Home, Hidden Kotelyn. War with the Sebs kids.
Brookline trips. Heart tohearts. New York trips. Musical dance
parties. Dancer chant. AP Psych. All I wontfor xmos is you.
Shaneyney Luenelle. Short Wednesdays at Laura's. moviesss.
PTGWS. Poptarts...Live Lough Love Dream.
First I'd like to thank my parents for their love and support, my brother
Joe for being my best friend the post 1 8 years, and my girifriend Erin
for making these lost two years extra special. I love you all. And to the
class of '09, our time has finally come. Although we'll all be heading
our separate ways, we'll never for-
get the friendships we hove mode,
the memories we've shared and
the good times we had at WHS.
The bond that we were able to
form the post four years has made
us a community. So when that
time comes in June to throw up
our caps, remember that it's not
goodbye, it's only "cyo later". And
as we look toward the future we
can remember this advice; "even
when the worid says quit, dream
on until you know you're living it."
Shine on class of 09, it's been real.
Some say not to get too caught up in the lit-
tle things, just like Mr. Dillon would have told
you "Don't miss the motorcycle." However,
in my opinion, in high school, it is the little stuff
like super bowl parties, scraps, tests, moking
a run with mock trials, or taking anger out
with tennis that build the fondest memo-
ries. It is the people around that make high
school an unforgettable experience and
they are deserving of acknowledgement.
Thanks to all my friends, family, and teach-
ers that made it all possible.
I'll never forget our quest to Maiden and the rap video, my
dead fish (thanks Jon and Tyler) , Ryan-thanks for making me
laugh all the time and for hitting Katie in the head with that foot-
ball. Laura's beach house. Allie, Eimon? Burgess with Steph, fun
while it lasted. Crab rangoons with Molly and the DirtyD. I'll miss
arguments with Hannah that I always lost. Sandy, now we have
the scars to show how nuts we are.
Westwood Football Bros 08 #7. Blaisdale Lake with the Bros.
Wiffleball State Champs. Cyo Hoops. Latin 1 . Anatomy. The
Big Three. Hockey games. The middle stall. Joying at shee-
han. Freshman Basketball state champs. Spring Track. Mor-
rison hoops. Friday night lights. Linebacker Drills. WR "Prime-
time". Medfield Game. Thanksgiving football. WHS gym.
Kim Petti t
cissil fui and odiid, getting air with mr ryon, bus rides, hot + spicy
chex mix, football incidents, sceussee, spenser + freshman bas-
ketball, jogs; NY -i- Boston, Megansett, Falmouth beach crew,
fourth of July, getting off the ship, Julie macintire, 12/17/90 twins,
loon, the melting pot, the ultimate, emo jams, stowe, del ray, XC,
frosh soccer, none strauss and nigel, sun/iving holthouse. BLACK
and my SMACKS. High school was unbelievable, thanks to the
amazing people I had with me. I love you all.
Mary/Anna and Patrick/Dan rivalr/, pond hockey of dcpc
and mortho, the porch and the driveway, garage parties,
"The Incident", KJASLwiffle ball, and taking laps...
I will always remember what time Dunkies
opens, being a peasant on on island,
dancing through the 50's, ziggazoo with
Brian. Being a costume crewmember
even though I was in the show. The green
mesh, "Kip"... (call with any problems.)
Never letting a volleyball go untouched,
getting forever bruised knees from it. Con-
certs, sounding like meerkofs w/ kdog ,
that acoustic guitar. McGunogle quotes.
Ruining earth day. adventures with Gun-
ning, man Brian flagged down for being
toll. Team Alex Moin..
much mare. Best of
luck to the class of 2009.
"Dream as if you will five
forever, five as if you'll
184 Senior Express!
"Just because something good ends doesn't mean some-
thing better won't begin." Thanks to all who hove shared
some great memories these past tour years: prom, MICH, stu-
dio art II, morning drives, walking buddies, A260, New Years
09, Dinners in Boston, fire and ice, A and E tree, chem class,
to many to list.. My entire family I owe my thanks to for sup-
porting me and helping me when i've needed them the
most. Best of luck to seniors 09 :)
WHS has given me four killer years of memories that I'll never for-
get. The four consecutive years of cross-countr/ with Andrew,
and Mike. Getting displaced in the hallway by Ryan. Great
times in GD with Liza, "trite". The domination in Hurdles with the
"Hurdle Squad" Jamal, and Kyle. C.Y.O basketball, St. Marga-
ret Mary's for life. "Do Work!" .Trips to Hyde Pari< with Ben, and
Eric to shred. Sitting in Andrew's basement. Over the past four
years I have accumulated memories that I will carry forever, but
never the less I am stoked for what the future has in store... "Amir"
Poptarts <3, Live Laugh Love Dream, lifers, cheetos, night
swimming at Katie's, the trampoline, short Wednesdays at
Laura's, creeps, FRIENDS, gingers, Lil' Wayne at McDon-
alds, Mr.G, Go Girl, Blueberry Yum Yum, free blocks, St.
Sebs wars, over filled lunch tables, AP Psych, army crawl-
ing, 24-hour Starbucks, spread your wings, Slurpees, Shinoy-
nay Linelle, raspberry ginger ale, cinnamon bun and cake
batter ice cream, hint of limes, Chile's, Murphs, and PTGW
Although four years may seem like
a long time, it went by way too
fast. I won't forget the free blocks,
the movie nights, the mall trips, the
family vacations or even just hang-
ing out that consisted of great
times and great friends. I may be
starting a new chapter in life, but
the memories lost forever. Thank
you to my family, who has always
supported me and motivated me
to do my best. And thanks to Yal-
da for making the post two years
of highschool memorable for sure.
I'll always keep in mind not to dwell
on the past, but to instead learn
from it. My lasting advice? "The
tassel's worth the hassle".
I need to thank everyone especially SD RF CR LC AM SM
SN PR DM LD JR LC MM MH BD KJ ED CR BB BB TM KB TE
MM DD WD NA LH KP MG SP SK EF. I will aNvays remem-
ber PC SB SH SC TC KT. May the stars watch over you.
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Thenunkind, the U.S.S
Diversity, the cape,
done over", Christies
and McDonalds park-
ing lots. Glen Rood
sign, Katie's food, the
bump, paint fight,
my hot tub and runs
around the house,
f-j^m -• i^B ..-'^ Omie my homie, pool
^^j, ^ ■ ■^BT' ^ nopping and "sorry
^ ^ ^^^ i^"^^ we're closed". Vine-
yard with Sandy, car
crashes in bunny costumes, ski trips with the Wells family, Mr.
Brillant, spying on neighbors, my garage, 7:00 AM bus rides
with Kim, the boat, watching Robert dance, adventures to
Maiden and Pete-Man. I'll miss you WHS.
Jimbo, diving into the bottom of the brockton pool, deep con-
vos with soroh such and Kelly, morning adventures with kelly,
runs with kelly, prom with kelly, ponero, chipotle and nail runs
with Brooke. Creeping around farms with Ali and Meg. Andrew's
basement, and High School Musical. Wild Willies with Sarah. Ste-
ven and Mike being creepy FRANCE!!!! Thank you.
Legends, BS4L, 11/9, St. Denis CYO Dynasty, Westwood Baseball
State Champs 2008, Westwood Golf, Slammin' Sammy, Norfy
Golfing with Juice and Kyle, Thurston Thursday, Scotty Bornicles,
Tin Cup + Independence Day, B Block Anatomy, "stimulous".
Malaxes Chemistr/, Lost in Space, F Block Biology, Stained Pants,
"ah Ha ha!", B Block Free, "rutine". Toco Bell, Danielle + Danielle
II, James Ogelthorpe, double dote + 1 , Rood Trip 2009, Prom '08-
'09. Thank you friends, family, and WHS for an amazing 4 years.
state Champs #3,7,12,16, Cindy's fish tank. Captaining a CYO
Dynasty, My front yard with Bcrowe, McDonald's, Christies, jed-
words, NHL 09, Getting creepy with Casey and Bcrowe in the
Sable, Pond Hockey, Dolleman's "graduations", stories from
Phil, listening to Jimmy, Sleight's wagon, not paying attention
in class with Juice, Islington, Dunkies with Juice and Bcrowe,
judging with Casey, high-fives with Alex, The Hammer, listening
to James read in Spanish, Dodgeboll Champs 09, Homeroom
249, Late night driving with Juice in the Mountaineer, Heating
up and on fire. Thanksgiving morning.
"This one's for believing, if only for its sake.
Come on friends get up now, love is to be made."
- Greg Loswell
The most memorable ports of HS were playing 4 years of basket-
ball and baseball. Being apart of the 2008 WHS baseball state
championship team was something I will never forget. I would rate
my top three classes as: # 3 Video Production because making
movies with Chris and Greg was hilarious, # 2 Junior year Spanish
with Ms. Ashworth, and the best class ever has been anatomy
with Mrs. Russell. In the end I am ready to leave this school.
sophomore year, fosho,
partridge drive, hull, Aruba
09, kukoo kunuku, OTH
being on a mission, MLD,
strawberry hill and dover
road, LENNY, new hamp-
shire '06, '07, '08, bridge-
water, the boogyman,
countryfest, eggs <3, fish
& CO., "he was like hello...
what is your name."...
Af sheen Sharif zadeh
These were the glory years. In
went boys and girls and out
came promising young men
and women. Thank you to all at
Westwood High School, and I
send a special thanks to the in-
credible teachers at WHS who
mode this transformation possi-
ble-you will always be a part of
me. Nagz,Yakky, & Koi-Kai 2ge-
da4eva, Tou een zomooneh (11)
& Da Guruh; Thalom; Infernal 5,
china!; Xip, Xippy, Xap, etc.; yoo
bai; kid, bu kibbeh + diegz, the
plan!; express; Ye Olde Worde
Banke; time machine; halofest,
coag ctf all vehicles, banshee!;
I will remember oh so many things. The awesome cribs
video that Brendan and I made, building the Acropolis,
and laughing about the glass all over Kyle's kitchen floor.
I will remember all the pool house fun and Steve and I be-
ing constantly moved away from each other in Stats class.
Yoko Kowoshimo Wofkins. I will miss doing as little running as
possible with Brendan in X-C and I will especially miss those
sweet words whispered into my ear "kiss me" from Steve.
I will never forget all the great times that I hove shared with
my friends. They mean everything to me and I would not
hove wanted to go through high school with anyone else.
Julia N- someone who I can share anything and everything
with. Melanie- you bring out a completely different side of
me. Amy- you're the most random and hilarious person ever.
Julia K- you're odd and hilarious, and we both love Brian.
Lauren- words cannot describe you. Jillian- Robert Pottinson
is gorgeous. Becca- Twilight is better than Harry Potter. I love
you guys and I'll miss you!
I would like to thank my friends and family for their amazing
support over the lost four years. High school was definitely a
memorable experience, and I have grown as an individual
thanks to the love of those around me. I am extremely ex-
cited for the opportunities ahead, but I will never forget the
good times that were WHS: Scrapping onyone-onywhere-
anytime, World Tour 2002, Infernal 5, MOX, Coag (ollvehi-
cles). Tin Cup, Mints 09, KJASL, Yop, Big 3 woo woo, Ky-guy
09, libraryejections, tennis bros, B block free - Rutine, Casey
and I being frnz. So long Westwood, and with all my heart, I
bid you farewell.
"Memop/ is a way of holding onto the things you love, the things you
are, the things you never want to lose." The past four years have
been a blur for me, but one thing is for sure, I'll never forget lucky
with the soccer team, learning that math can be 'kinky,' dance
parties. . .everywhere, surefine, freshman basketball... Spenser, 'I
like really like lakes,' nature Joy, 'I speak Spain...,' Stunnas, Shonio
knows best, taping 'memories you won't
wont to forget,' Boston adventures,
thanks to the friends that shared my
memories and Mom, Dad, Maio, and
Deena for making them possible.
Senior Expressions 187
Six Flags. Dedham Football Games. Sill & Mill. Something
Spectacular. FL '09. Fmdz. More Friends, More Fun. Skwack-
ing Pidgeon. Oistyrr Ceepyrll. Riddle Me That. Ditzy Straw.
Yakity Sax. Baby Farm. Pure Torture. INVU4URAQT. Am I Bal-
lin'? Bzzzzz. Buckmaster. Friendshipland. Zip Trip. Betty Sue.
Donna. Bai Boi Boil. Unusual. Unagi. Edible Arrangements.
Leather Jackets. Om Shanti Shanti. Left On Red. Stop Signs
Optional. Doodlebears. Me And My Phone. Wrong Side Of
Juan, State Champs, rediculous names, 5am practice/break-
fast, blowing people away, pasta diners, free blocks, op psych,
graphic design (both years). High school reunion, time for Ion
and I to bock up our words. Find a away to moke high school
fun, and it will be fun.
Memories: Allies, hockey/football games, Halloween, lacrosse,
summers in NSB, Poppy, Christmas party, new years, Jon's
driveway/garages, destruction of T.P.'s, morning conference,
parking lot meetings, O.D.'s, S.A.T. after party, 271, voting no
on going to the game in the rain, bollergenetics. Track 3, KJSL
Tourney, Wild Harbor Jetty, nattsss, fishing in the cape, junior
adventures, late night McDonalds, sleepover at Sandy's, birth-
day dinner, 9/20
Westwood Football, Base-
ball State Champs '08, CYO
Hoops, Pond Hockey with
the Boys, Wiffleball Champs
'08, Lake Bloidell, the Full
Moon, Handicap Stall, Hock-
ey Gomes, J'ing at Sheehan,
Freshman Basketball, Latin I
& II, B Block Anontomy, Wif-
fleball Tournament Brawls,
the Cope, Reggie, B's, Ky-
Guy, and Living the Dream.
To various memories: freshman soccer and andre, jv tennis
food lists, xc / track family, "-is" nicknames, chem with syd
and molls, being a proud member of mr. g's bond crew, na-
ture lifers, emergency 'walks oround the block', office parties,
old school movies at the wiggin's, cooking adventures, mraz/
eorthfest/kissconcert/dcfc, trips to beantown, quebec et la
trance, cruising in the standards. ..thank you to the friends
who mean so much to me, to mom, dad, and kotie, for your
endless support and love. To the class of 09, "be the change
you wish to see in the world..."
"Truly great friends ore hard to find, difficult to leave, and im-
possible to forget" SENIORS09. XC, fboll&hockey gomes, cope,
humorock, WALDOS WAY, Santa: Ho! Ho! Ho!, the jungle, DP08,
gusgus, the fairies, JT obsessions, meditech, katies food, coun-
tryfestOS, homeroom A249. These post 4 years flew by, but the
memories will last a lifetime. Thanks to all my friends and family. I
LOVE YOU! <3
Clams! It's Party Time and you know why! Hunting and gather-
ing, Mr G storytime, dude, we're like the triforce. Tipper Gore
mmmmm-g-g-g-g-g-g-g, procrastinating as an ortform, 4 dif-
ferent homeroom teachers, enchiladas de mole.
It's not about the destination, it's the journey that matters
"And it feels like it was only yester-
day when we walked into this place
and said 'I can't wait till I get out of
here.' " So many wonderful memo-
ries. ..Double C; Study groups; Med-
itech; Mortal Flesh; DPI 03; "Yes I
am, uhhuh"; fairies; concerts; Track
family; MV; Humarock; Leg swings;
zoo; McDonalds B.J.S; Jen; Classic
Laura pics; The van; 400 meters;
The only normal ones. I will always
remember the laughter that makes
you cry. Chris, Michael, Mom and
Dad, you're the best family anyone
could ever ask for. "I hate saying
goodbye, so I just won't."
I will forever remember the rise of the Acropolis, winning with
the boys and co-leading them all the way to last place with JN,
pumping iron and meeting Hercules at the Civic Center, Yoko
Kawashima Watkins and the pool house, collecting class dues,
losing my face at Boylans, Jasper, <3 and friendship, the Dover
Demon, being the best, the blue whole, and hanging with the
f ^ '
I remember it always. May the
fork be with you, and may you
keep your pot of Irish gold safe,
while the diet sprite is wrapped
in the betrayal of Potter movies
and pomegranates. May Joe
adore Bridget eternally. RIP
and love to various cars, may
driving in circles at midnight
forever be as spellbinding as
it is now. May we conquer the
world with our eager faces,
and, OS we tour the counties,
may the violin perpetually sing
for the Appreciation Club. Five
years and forever, may you al-
ways be my best friends.
I would like to thank Dad, Sarah, Nana, Mom, Hannah C,
Pavan, Nicky, Adam, Alexo, Dave, Seamus, Ms. Walsh, Ms.
Connors, Ms. Hanlon, Ms. Roffol, and Ms. Smith for helping
me for the past few years. 1 think high school was nice.
Senior Expressions 189
punta cana, the beacon, runs to cc with jdf, eosthonn, hotel
berluti, ak's, the cave, cat combo, mikey's, beating cc in nhl,
slick and rach's neighb, denmark, KJASL, lax state champs,
SRFZUP, 2-stroke, mini bball, blackout 24/7 with cali, pond
hockey, dcpc, jo jo, kyle's luck/the lisp
"Well, all I'm saying is
that I want to look back
and say that I did the
best I could while I was
stuck in this place, hod
as much fun as I could
while I was stuck in this
place, played as hard
as I could while I was I.
stuck in this place..."-
Dazed and Confused,
Buffy & Trixie, a little
SK- Kyle, Stephaniee,
Bowlin with the Buddah!
Snowmobiling with Mikey, SKFL- Alex, Owning the table with
Max, Mrs. Fofaro, Lost with Lane, Naspeace and Ry Guy, Home-
room, Car rides with B Lay, Hull, Sean Kingston- Rach, Graphic
Design with D- Train, Hilton with Dan, Casey rubbing it in how
rich he was everyday. Weenie and Sam, Lukindo, Rooring and
balling with Steve, pooching with Juice in my backyard, Oacky,
Troaock, Slommin' Sammy, Fitzy needing to stop flexing, Wiffle-
boll Tournament, Just being so lucky everyday
SSSMAAAACCCKK N, track, soccer, orchestra, Reggie Lewis,
Sully, ski trips with Allie, pool hopping "sony we're closed",
trampoline, lessons from Deb, quality time with the Brooks'
family, Martha's Vineyard, "Timber!", getting grounded. ..all the
time, Katie's food, McDonald's, Christy's, Zordi, ponera, secret
santa, driving over 4 foot tall curb. Chant, New Years at John's,
ceramics sophomore year, the bump. Canton, Phil's bonfires,
maha face. Thanks to my mom and dad, Greg, Molly, friends,
Sam, classmates, and teammates for an awesome four years.
Seniors '09. Swimming
and Diving- Division
Champs '07 & '08. DINA
and the speed bumps,
tping, amy bean brown-
ies. JB and Britney, pan-
era, chipotle, houston
nails, & heath ledger mar-
athon with Abby. Venez/
Ecuador/ DR. open your
eyes. Wendy's with my
fovs. justine/bebe. elec-
part 1.. GG parties at
Abs. friendly's with Sarah.
In my heart it's the four of
us- always and forever<3
Chillin and Grillin in my drive way. Hanging on the porch and of
my house on weekends. Driving down to the cape on Sunday
after eating ot Nicks. Hangin and gamin at Boylans on weekdays
and weekends while using the Flux Capacitor. Detailing cars in
my drive way especially the NISMO and Paul's Civic. Going to Pri-
mavera and drifting in the Pathfinder. Sleepovers with the Boyz!
High school was o good ex-
perience to lool< bock upon
and it's pretty crazy that it's
over but I'm looking ahead
to the future because 1
have big plans. I enjoyed
selling my shirts and seeing
them on people around the
school, and it was fun hang-
ing with friends and creat-
ing lasting relationships. I
personally don't care how
I'm remembered because
the only thing I'm gonna be
doing is making money and
I invite anyone to try to stop
Alas, it is finally the end of four years
at Westwood high. It was the best
of times, it was the wors...best of
times. We seniors, like the nomadic
sparrow, journey away from home
in hope of a better tomorrow. But
the times at Westwood cannot be
ignored. The times spent here can
only be summed up in a single
word: unforgettable. Cube stadi-
um in Syd Malaxos' class, science
team bus rides, WCCN with the
short lived, but nonetheless enter-
taining, WHS dragon team, diversi-
ty day booths, NAHS bowl making
afternoons, B block library gong:
it is indeed crazy to be Chinese in
Minnesota, and many more.
Life is like a camera. It takes snap-
shots of memorable events and
stores these memories forever. One
important snapshot for me has
been math class with Mr. Ouellette.
Tackling an AP Calculus BC class left
no room for excitement. However,
while challenging our minds with
vigorous math formulas and con-
cepts, Mr. Ouellette found a way to
odd fun into the curriculum by hav-
ing a sketch-off that counted down
the remaining days left until the AP
test. Leaving this math class, I wont
to praise Mr. Ouellette for his hard
work and dedication in making Cal-
culus a great math subject for me.
Westwood High School is a place I will never forget. It has
taught me so much more than academics. I'll always miss
the memories and the friends that I've made here. Thank
you to my family and friends for making my four years the
best that they could be.
"Cause these were the days worth livin. These were the days
we were given. And these were the moments, these were
the times. We made the best out of our lives". Sophomore
year. OTH Superfans. Partridge Drive. Canton. Homeroom
103. Christies. Mississippi 07 & 08. exceeding the obsense limit.
Bridgewofer. Country Fest. TSwift night. CBrown and JSparks
weekend. MC parties. E block Stats family. CD- best soccer
managers ever! 8th grade forever PammyG. see ya west-
wood high. "Every new begining comes from some other
As I depart Westwood, I will miss
listening to UB40 with the crew, our
adventures with the Burrito Brigade,
the constant pursuit of the ever
fleeting "Bucket List," the dynamic
demolition duo, 20 year NCAA
dynasties, the "peppermint twist"
after little league games, pointless
arguments about nothing, no, yes,
CST, dropped hats and the lack
of a sierra mist shower, my bff but
don't tell Probes, rockband until
4am, Build-a-Bear, the civic center,
the Sheehon bboll crew, the friend-
ship train, David Dwayne Dogen-
hordt, Jim Brew, the bridge to Tera-
bythia, and Erin, my best girifriend
since sophomore year. Whoop.
Senior Expressions 191
JR vs. SR GIRLS' FOOTBALL
football game to celebrate
Green Years 1 93
I lUVV do you
Looking back (way back)
Teachers' prom memories
"At a school-sponsored after party my friend separated his shoulder.
I spent the majority of my prom night in the ER with him." -Mr. Sherr
"If I even remembered my date... that would be a pnom memory!" -Mr. Shuman
"Everyone wore those ugly potyester pastel tuxedos." -Ms-SngteSon
"Big skirts and even bigger hair" -Ms. Houston
How many stores did you go to in order to
find the perfect dress?
- "I went to five stores in order to find two
dresses... I have two proms to go to!"
When do you start thinking about prom?
- "I usually begin thinking about pram during early t^arch, but
I actually start looking for a dress much later than that."
Are you willing to wear white on prom night?
196 Green Years
dress dress hair shoes
tickets ^ . shoes dress ,.
ha,r ^"^^ iimo
Seniors had a beautiful day for enjoying
the waves, playing games and picnicking
at Crane's Beach in Ipswich!
Senior Week 199
The Class of 200^ doesnt
waste a.danfl^loor! '
Ms going so "
.t the DJ continued
. iong after the boat had^
.. ned to harbor.
^^fABHt-. x>'~ w^A
200 Green Years
On the third day of Senior Week, The Class of 2009 donned its summer
semi-formal wear and boarded the luxurious "Spirit of Boston". As the
boat sailed around Boston Harbor, the class enjoyed the buffet and the
Yearbook Staff announced the results of the class vote for senior superla-
tives. After lunch students mingled on the upper decks and enjoyed the
amazing scenery and warm winds. By mid-cruise the dance floor heated-
up and Paul Hatfield, Jake Williams, Greg Thompson, and Josh Cheung
revealed impressive and amusing solo moves. The day ended in the typical
'09 style- an extreme dance party and the class packed on the dance floor
singing Journey's Don't Stop Believin'.
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s and danced
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D- * -^ « 11- Biggest Contributor _. ^ ... ,
Biggest Coffee Junl<ie ^^ ^^ Class Biggest Flirt
Julie Moloy &
Biggest Movie Buff
Greg Thompson &
Kyle Tucke & 1
Sarah Matthews 1
Colleen Zapcic &
Life of the Party
Most Changed Since tr\- • i ck i '^°^* '■''<^®'y *° ^^ /^ost Lil<ely to be in a
Middle School Most ongmai bryie Approved by Parents Fender Bender
Most Lil<ely to be on
"The Real World"
Most Likely to
Most Likely to be
Texting in Class
First in Line at
In order to embark
on the next stage of
our lives, we must
leave behind a school
community that we
know and love. We are
frightened to explore
such unchartered terri-
tories that await us in
the future, but we also
move forward with a
sense of hope. ^ y
208 Green Years
Look! It's a bird... it's a plane..., no, it's the super-heroes-themed
ALL NIGHT GRAD PARTY! The Class of 2009 graduates were treated
to non-stop activities, including: the "Wrecking Ball;" Old-time
photos; Manicures, face-painting and hair-braiding; make-your-
own-music videos, and even a mechanical bull! The evening's
entertainment included fortune telling, Simon-Says, a mind-
boggling and hilarious show by the hypnotist, and guest appear-
ances by some familiar looking comic book heroes (even Mr. Sherr
in spandex!) Thanks to the committee of parent volunteers who
made the night so much fun and so memorable!
All Night Grad Parly 211
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Daniel Abbott Bryant University
Daniel Akikie Drexel University
Kathryn Aloisio Smith College
Benjamin Anderson Seattle University
Laura Anderson Elon University
Julie Aoude Suffolk University
Janelle Argiros Quinnipiac University
Kaitlin Aries Quinnipiac University
Jed Audi Suffolk University
Emily Bailakis Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Chanelle Baker Bentley University
Bradford Baldwin St. Olaf College
Robert Bambini Curry College
Molly Banis Northeastern University
Barbara Beach California College of the Arts
Amy Bean Tufts University
Angelica Belezos Bentley University
James Berluti Bates College
Kevin Boettger Hamilton College
Molly Bonkowski University of Massachsetts Lowell
Sam Boosalis Brown University
Erica Bowlby Massachusetts Bay Community College
Andrew Boylan George Washington University
Kyle Brew University of Virginia
Jason Brogna United States Coast Guard
Cassandra Brooks Fairfield University
Laura Brooks Stonehill College
Abbie Brown Fitchburg State College
Ralph Bruno Lasell College
Matthew Burke College of the Holy Cross
Keith Burrelle Massachusetts Bay Community College
Michael Burton Bates College
Steven Calobrisi Suffolk University
Taiwanna Campbell Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary "Arts
Nicole Campion University of Notre Dame
Ailton Carvalho Suffolk University
Pavan Chavali Massachusetts Bay Community College
Sarah Chen Princeton University
Jeahnie Cheng Mass. College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
Joshua Cheung New York University
Eva Christopherson Berklee College of Music
Mia Cianciarulo Wheelock College
Nicholas Citrone Northeastern University
Steven Clerge Suffolk University
Hannah Cohn Cornell College
Megan Corsi University of Rhode Island
Thomas Coyle Monmouth University
Casey Criss Providence College
Brendan Crowe Bentley University
John Cuozzo University of Michigan
Justin Dale Stony Brook University
Danielle Damren Elon University
Sarah Dawson College of Charleston
Scott Delisle Boston University
Aaron Derderian Bentley University
Cassandra Devin Hofstra University
Arianna DiBenedetto Northeastern University
Caroline DiGiacomo Suffolk University
Elena DiMento Bentley University
Jamie Doyle Fordham University
Michael Fafara Bentley University
Nilofar Fallah-Sohy University of Mar/land
Tabbytha Ferguson Massachusetts College of Art & Design
James Filbin Stonehill College
Paul Fitzpatrick Boston College
Molly Foster Simmons College
Robert Foxx Massachusetts Bay Community College
Jennifer Franchi Trinity College
Alanna Gallagher University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Rebecca Gentilli Amherst College
Julia Germane University of New Hampshire
Brian Gilman Bentley University
Christopher Graves Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Stephanie Greeley Roger Williams University
Catherine Greenwood Boston University
Elizabeth Groton College of Charleston
Marsha Groves Fitchburg State College
Pamela Guinta Emmanuel College
Alexander Gunning University of Colorado Boulder
Russell Gutterson University of Vermont
Amanda Haddad Sacred Heart University
Omar Hadzipasic Johns Hopkins University
Elizabeth Haffey George Washington University
Amy Halkett Providence College
Lauren Hall Sacred Heart University
Sami Hamdan Boston University
Yujin Hamill George Washington University
Hannah Hammond The Univ of North Carolina Charlotte
Cameron Harding Denison University
Matthew Harney Wentworth Institute of Technology
Paul Hatfield Berklee College of Music
Melanie Hedal Goucher College
Jamal Hill University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Lauren Hillberg University of Rhode Island
Joseph Hiltz-Maher University of Connecticut
Abigail Holler Wake Forest University
Cameron Johnston Franklin and Marshall College
Julia Kane United States Coast Guard Academy
Lauren Kareh Assumption College
Paulina Keskinidls Mass. College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
Alexander Kjellman University of Colorado Boulder
Anna Koban Northeastern University
Matthew Koban University of Connecticut
Matthew Kress University of Massachusetts Amherst
Justin Kucher University of New Hampshire
Victoria Laham University of Tampa
Kathleen Lally Salem State College
Mary Laughna Gettysburg College
Meghan Lawlor Suffolk University
Brendan Leahy University of New Hampshire
Justin Lee George Washington University
Victoria Lee University of California Davis
Stuart Leibson University of Massachusetts Amherst
Anna Lentz Union College
Jillian London Mount Holyoke College
Ryan Maguire University of Connecticut
Patrick Maher Han/ard University
Kathryn Martin Lehigh University
John Massad University of San Diego
Sarah Matthews Connecticut College
Mary McDonnell University of Richmond
Krista McGinnis Northeastern University
Matthew McGrath University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Theresa McWatters Lasell College
Christina Mealey University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Jonathan Mellor Endicott College
Anokhee Mepani New York University
Gabriella Messina Washington University in St. Louis
Alexander Moin Ithaca College
Brian Molloy Emerson College
Julie Moloy Providence College
Nicole Moore Quinnipiac University
Margaret Moylan Wentworth Institute of Technology
Erin Mulhern Loyola College in Maryland
Mariandrea Munar Saint Michael's College
Vincent Musto Boston College
Julia Nagle Ithaca College
Erin Nanna Providence College
Jonathan Neimann Clemson University
Gary Novoson University of Massachsetts Amherst
Cynthia O'Brien University of New Hampshire
Brian O'Connor Bryant University
Matthew O'Donnell Suffolk University
Kiara Pazan Florida International University
Eric Peterson University of Vermont
Kimberly Pettit Fairfield University
Amanda Poche Fitchburg State College
Caitlin Pond Framingham State College
Christopher Pond Framingham State College
Katelyn Raftery Assumption College
Evan Rees Indiana University
Luke Reynolds University of Rhode Island
William Richardson University of Massachusetts Amherst
Camille Rogers Emory University
Christopher Rogers Applying to U.S. Air Force
Neggin Rostamnezhad Northeastern University
Alan Royer United States Marine Corps
Dominic Ruiz Wheaton College
Allison Ryan Roger Williams University
Matthew Sawyer University of Maryland
William Sawyer Preparing to be a Personal Trainer
Abigail Sayeg University of Delaware
William Scannell University of Connecticut
Tyler Schock University of New Hampshire
Ali Schroeder Northeastern University
Jason Sementelll Merrimack College
Amanda Sestito Bryant University
Michelle Shang University of Pittsburgh
Afsheen Sharifzadeh Tufts University
Arya Sharifzadeh Boston University
Michael Sharry Champlain College
Lana Sharuk Boston University
Molly Shea Boston College
John Sheehan College of William and Mary
John Sleight Providence College
Max Smith Bentley University
James Strong Norwich University
Hilary Sugg Boston University
Stephanie Sukennik Quinnipiac University
Christopher Sullivan-Trainer Boston University
Kathryn Sullivan-Trainer Cornell University
Laura Teehan Bentley University
Gregory Thompson University of Maryland
Kelsey Thornton University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Kayvon Touran Northeastern University
Daniel Troy Boston College
Kyle Tucke University of Tampa
Rachael Tuleja James Madison University
Phillip Walker Saint Lawrence University
Ryan Walsh Boston College
Katherine Ward University of New Hampshire
Corrinne Wells Fairfield University
Matthew Werth University of Delaware
Brooke Whalen Quinnipiac University
Kara Wiggin Northeastern University
Jacob Williams James Madison University
Ian Wright University of Massachusetts Amherst
Tony Xia New York University
Narayana Yelleswarapu University of Pittsburgh
Andrew Young Emmanuel College
Nina Zafar Emmanuel College
Colleen Zapcic The University of North Carolina Charlotte
Stephen Zeng Northwestern University
Matthew Zola University of Pittsburgh
Plans for Next Year 213
I, Daniel Abbott, leave the golf team and golf clubs to Alex A. My Captain spot to
Dave M. My sub woffers to Freddy. The hockey team to Mike and Jordan with my
captain spot. Hallion can have my non-ghetto track shoes. Everything else I own goes
to Chris Adams. * I, Kathryn Aloisio, leave the robotics team and all that comes with
it to Xander Ventola and Rebecca McClellan (good luck and have fun in your senior
year!) * I, Laura Anderson, leave Rebecca the binder, Katie her boyfriend, Jenn a
bagel, Alessandra the "fight" cheer, Maddie rant sessions, Casey rides home, Meaghan
title of "Diesel Base," Liz and Neha fun science classes, and A.J. my dance skills. * I,
Janelle Argiros, leave Anna my texting in class skill, Ann-Marie future chats, Natalie
every single lab write-up, Christina my failed license test, Jackie the Norwood Hockey
Team, Yalda other teams' lost and founds, Alexis my laptop, the car, and the track
team. * I, Kaitlin Aries, leave Madison Rau sprained ankles, Paul's office, the GOOD
ice. Janice my kitchen. Chicken- rides to school. Leah- Millis coach. Sam- OD mo-
ments. KERRI- nubbins, stalking everyone you can, food comas, Italian summers, and
my love. * I, Chanelle Baiter, leave the step team to Marjorie Juste. I leave my
legacy to the continuous METCO family that will enter the high school. * I, Brad
Baldwin, leave James Laughlin and Myles, keeping it extreme at soccer. Chad and
Steve C, the ski team. Rob Levine and Matt Gee the tennis team. Mooncai and Ravi
take good care of the orchestra. Finally, I leave to Scott Sykowski my 1992 Toyota
Previa. * I, Molly Banis, leave my sister Sarah, Canton and all that comes with it. '■ .,
Barbara Beach, leave Jacinta my singing & rapping skills on the METCO bus. I leave
Kara my personality in hopes she will find her own Tabby. I leave my self control to
Alexita, stick in there hon! Te Amo Meda Meda! Lastly, I leave my determination to my
continuing METCO family. Try hard, play harder & reach beyond the stars. * I, Amy
Bean, leave the swim team a dynasty and victory over Ursuline, Erin- the missing lap
and adventures, Katelyn- a kidnapping, Audra- Latin 4, Sarah and Kelly- luck with
Renny, Penny- magnetism. Alii- NY, and Becky, Alex, and Megan- you know. * I,
Angelica Belezos, leave MJ, JP, and RH my memory of biology class freshman year. I
feel bad for which ever freshman gets my wicked convenient locker located in the
middle of China. * I, James Berluti, leave Cadams the hotel business, Ravi my
brains, Musto the Lax Defence, Willie Smith Beamin my cowboy like looks/ lifestyle,
and Pells the football huddle. * I, Kyle Brew, leave Mike Chirokas my pride, JMAC my
swagger, OD my dance moves, Myles my Duke apparel, and Shayan my questionable
music. * I, Cassandra Brooks, leave Lydia Toothbrushes, Maggie/Jackie the Best
Senior Year, Muh Running Skills, Griff my Heart, Samantha Brooks Future
Grounding, My Party Skills, and the BEST HS Years, Underclassmen Hiding
Places in the Woods, Never Found Me Once. * I, Laura Brooks, leave
Leigha and Krissy the morning ride, Rach the XC team, ACamps a
stopwatch, McNulty my heavy lifting abilities, Katie sore shins, Yalda the
team enthusiasm, bugging Jen to Nina, Leah a powerbar and Sophie a
hug. * I, Abbie Brown, leave Mollie the lacrosse goal, Brandon the
england girls. The FH girls: It's all coming back to me now, and my
lax loves a winning tradition! * I, Matthew Burke, leave my
brother Chris the Burke family name, Dylan Nanna my ferocious
appetite, Pat Scannell a fashionable AC/DC hat, Hani Singer and
Alison McNulty the WHS Jazz Band, and Chris "Animal" Anamateros
my diving skills. * I, Michael Burton, leave the joys of excessive
running and hurdling to Erik Brakke, especially setting them up
before every meet. And to Steve Weinreich, the challenge of
beating me since you haven't yet. * I, Nicole Campion, leave
the sound board to the Matts, fun-filled Legislative Council
meetings to Erica and Rebecca, my alarm clock and unwanted
clothing to All, and my bassoon to anyone brave enough to take it
on. * I, Jeannie Cheng, leave Bev my car (keep it clean!); and
Tara, best wishes for her freshman year. To Maya, I leave the
memories of you chasing me down about my license! I will miss
those the most. Good luck in your senior year! * I, Mia Cianciarulo,
leave Kristen GABF and HBF, D-Stein Titubah, A.J. CS and gauntlet,
Becca, Madeline, and Erin the Mothership, Ducklings my love and
stench, Eliza the SM reins, and my love and annoying fb messages to my
Zp loves. * I, Steven Clerge, leave Maya Bechara - Track Spandex and
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Under Armor. Neha Basu - Donuts. Beverly Cheng - Hugs and
Memories. Ann Sheehan - Long Lifers.Victor Maccow - Girls.
Sarah Cucchiara - Autographed Picture of me. * I, Thomas
Coyle, leave Johnny Alfonzo the snake, Erik my black tie for
band concerts, Alison "Gospel John", SCuchie my science
homework, Malachy my Pop Tarts, KFED my Ipod, Shayan my
Halkett early trips to Dunkin Donuts and a package of frozen
hotdogs. Michael Keane a spray on tan and a carton of fresh
milk. And J.T. Kelly a brand new beach ball. * I, Lauren Hall,
leave Alanna the responsibility of organizing team bonding
events, Yalda my brother, Audra a sacrificed freshmen to throw
the "blue thing" to, Katie my love and Georgia a loaf of
customized spikes, and OD "Snuggles" and "TEETH." * I, Casey Cinnamon Raisin Swirl with Shaw's butter. * I, Hannah
Criss, leave Milano to continue our baseball state champion- Hammond, leave Becca lifers and dates, Kyle my love and
ships, Amaru, my common sense and Georgia. Christa, my jump affection, Aaron permission to cut the rats tail, Nina rides home
shot and Joanna. Sam, my license and a great senior year. * I,
Brendan Crowe, leave Dave the baseball team and Amaru
singing on the bus. Sam, Ray's orange St. Denis vest and
Darwin. Christa Mrs. K's friendship and me always being right.
to the middle of nowhere, and festi juniors the stamina to keep
it alive. * I, Lauren Hillberg, leave Emma Ward car rides to
school and OTH nights idiot: Kerri and Alanna field hockey "its
all coming back to me now"; Janice, Steph, Alanna, Georgia
and Joanna my culinary abilities. * I, John Cuozzo, leave the hockey movie nights/dinner: Sam and Emma Softball with Rocha
100m dash to Mike Hallion, my alarm clock to Johnny McDonald, and Sherr. * I, Joseph Hiltz-Maher, leave to Shane Maher the
and track pride to Yuanwen Liang. * I, Danielle Damren, leave right to become the Maher athletic prodigy, to Sean Fitzgerald
Sarah, Lily, and Katie--High Street. Festi--the best end of the the ability to grow tall and dominate hockey, and to Michael
year ever. Becca Mac--UPPER CLASSMEN FRIENDS! Nick--control Foxx the righthand seat to the coveted goaltender position. * I,
of the TiVo. Nina--friends? Little Nicky--all my love. Jacky and Abigail Holler, leave Cody and Pat BST, Juliane Westwood
Eliza--the stage. * I, Sarah Dawson, leave Katie my car: under Ambassadors, and Margaret four years of amazing high school
the condition she goes to drivers ed before she's 18. To Wes, I experiences. * I, Cameron Johnston, leave the fate of
leave my seat at the Dawson dinner table. And, to my sopho- Westwood High School golf team to Rob, Archie, and Joel;
more Spanish class, I leave my dignity. * I, Scott Delisle, leave hopefully you won't stink next year. * I, Julia Kane, leave Ally
the lower strings and my dignity to Jacqui, fashion to Sarah, The the hockeypucks I owe her, an exploding band tent, and my
team to Animal and Peter, a car to Michelle, a room to Aaron superb taste in live music; Audra the ridiculous strength needed
and Brianna. * I, Arianna DiBenedetto, leave the legacy of for a Michael Phelps pushup circuit; Kathleen cheering responsi-
Westwood Softball to my juniors Rian, Mariah, Katie 0., Katie L., bilities (third mile heart!); and Steven the wagon-have fun! * I,
Colleen, Sam, and Emma. May you be great leaders and Lauren Kareh, leave Meaghan and Andrea car rides and
continue our love of the game. To my brother Michael, I leave TECHNO. Ally F Lim: love and miss ur face, the past is behind
the Lumina. * I, Jamie Doyle, leave an endless supply of
coffee at Cafe West for my Juniors (i.e Kristen) who'll finally
understand the need during shows. Ramona's dress to J.T, her
attitude and secret lovers to Danielle, and the XC team to
Christina. * I, Michael Fafara, leave Contrares the morning
us. WWFH: good luck next year and win it alii! SDeang: history
wing, the ducks, and the Warshaws!!! * I, Alexander Kjell-
man, leave the golf team to Jacobs, the track team to Sadams,
Mo to Christa, my house and the Megatouch to Sam, March
Madness to KGav, Neal to Hallion, and Zach's 15th Birthday to
lifts, the gym and many hugs. Cam and Chris the football team, Levine. * I, Justin Kucher, leave Mike Musto car rides and
Jordan a haircut, Pat (Tree) my height and weight and I leave
Colleen my ability to learn Chinese and ice cream. * I, Nilofar
Fallah-Sohy, leave Yalda Farz, Ess, and my bed; Keisey, Allie,
Captain of the Hockey Team, Jordan the blue line, Steve
McManus pre-game gaming, Dave Milano the left side of the
infield. Stones and Brett 2 more years... * I, Victoria Laham,
Kayla Fig Newtons; Dylan my heart; Levine an eternal carnation; leave the volleyball girls a better record than last year. Rachel I
Kevin and Matt Donnie Klang; Wes and Katie "fraanship"; leave you Storrow Circle duties and a package of strawberry
Alessandra my longterm memory and the greatest video jello. Jackie I leave you all the issues and gossip we shared in
production partner ever. * I, Tabytha Ferguson, leave the art Grover's. * I, Kathleen Lally, leave my car to Anne, call on me
room to those who aspire to be artistically successful, I leave my dance parties to Riley, and Lally fam bondings to Alanna.
locker to another short, organized person. I'm taking my
artworks with me. LOL! * I, Molly Foster, leave Kathleen lifers at track practice and Madeline, crazy french and physics
McWatters my level 3's, Samantha Brooks bragging rights to the times. * I, Mary Laughna, leave Kelly R my secrets and late
vineyard, and Dance Team to Alisha and Sarina. * I, Rebecca night drives; Maddie, Chant's love; Katherine, Lifers; Kerri, the
Gentilli, leave everything to Allie Lim. * I, Stephanie Greeley, woods, Cadbury eggs, and food trips; Janice, the table; Kelly C,
leave Cross Country to Christina Pappiano. * I, Catherine Katherine, Kelly R 3 seasons of fun; Emily, Scratchies, and Sara,
Greenwood, leave some words of advice: Don't follow the clapping tourettes. * I, Brendan Leahy, leave Christopher
Yellow Brick Road, make your own path. I also leave the Juniors Adams my good looks, Mike Musto the hockey team and bus.
a heart, the Sophomores a brain and the Freshmen courage.
Kevin Gavin my dangling skills, Brandon Tonsberg my hilarious
Use them wisely. * I, Elizabeth Groton, leave Kate: the jetta, jokes because you will use them anyway, and lastly I leave
sing-a-longs, and whatever's left in my closet, Nastasha: my
eyes (iTWIN), Mia: Latvia, Claire: boys in lime green shirts,
Nina: Taylor Swift and SCG Meow!, and Dylan Nanna: all my
love. * I, Alexander Gunning, leave Aaron Kesler C0D4,
Freddy Tonsberg... nothing. * I, Justin Lee, leave to the
underclassmen a myriad of unfulfilled thoughts and dreams to
be wrestled with and ultimately to be achieved. I leave my
wishes for good fortunes and happy futures. I leave to them
Mancala, and the Watchmen. To the rest of the students I leave untarnished, cherished memories. * I, Stuart Leibson, leave
this advice: don't be afraid to be yourself If you do you will
have more fun and a better high school experience. * I,
high jump to Nasuf Dizdari otherwise known as "ND", the
hallways to Nick "Hendy" Henderson, warm but smooth
Amanda Haddad, leave Matthew the mini (it will never die so handshakes to Matt Levine, rippin' to Derek Tucceri, rivalries to
have fun in it). I leave Madison Rau, Janice Michaud and
Myles McDonough, Love to Jamie Conner, and nothing to Joe. *
Rachael Keating Taco Bell runs (the usual). I leave Erin Young a I, Anna Lentz, leave soccer Wednesday practices, kelly kate
successful next couple of years. LOVE YOU GIRLS! * I, Omar
Hadzipasic, leave my soccer skills to Paul Massad, the water
and erin the neighborhood-run it well, nina bribe food, erica a
new running buddy, kerri californication, maddie/janice a new
jug carrying privileges to Andrew Kusmin, my track work ethic to family member, katherine rides home, and Courtney safety
Yuanwen Liang, front row band set to Ullas Rao, and best
behind cars. * I, Jillian London, leave Olivia, Keelin, and
wishes to Westwood High School. * I, Elizabeth Haffey, leave Caitlin, Brian and the javelins. I leave Ali, Peter, and Steven,
Kyle Menyhert my baton, Aaron Kesler a baby cradle, A.J.
YFM and the 5. And to the drama juniors I leave lots of great
Sadler an ongoing list of classic movies, Danielle Stein "We the shows. * I, Ryan Maguire, leave Shayan Salam halo nights.
People," Madeline Bugeau-Heartt glorious cupcakes, and Ben
Seal (tha va?) Passing Notes. * I, Amy Halkett, leave Peter
JMAC and Joe, I leave, awkward jokes directed towards OD.
Finally, OD, my apprentice, I leave you my confident smile.
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powdered donuts, my Dartmouth fort and most important my legacy. * I, Patrick
Maher, leave the Volvo to RIes, Eladio to the soccer team, the lacrosse team the start
of a dynasty, and all the Westwood Ambassadors officers those great morning
meetings. * I, Kathryn Martin, leave the Track and XC girls my lungs, legs and
heart. AliChamp-hills, Soph-the stick, Leah-moccasins, McNult-her trumbone,
Rach-mile and XC, Katie-Bruce!, Nina(P)-hug circle. Spot up for grabs. Jacky, I leave
you CAM, community dinners and my love. * I, Sarah Matthews, leave Sarah Biron
car rides and showers, Kelly Rich Napple Chapel, Anna and AnnMarie the chicken
family, Erica and Katherine SPARTAA, Kerri bathroom parties, Alex Contreras my heart,
Katie Ginsberg my wedding ring, Rachael Keating peed pants. * I, Mary McDonnell,
leave Kyle my heart, Kristen my truck, Nina the handcuffs, Jacky freedom from Kmart,
Aaron scissors, and Rebecca a little bit of sunshine I separated into 180 days to bright-
en up the coming year. And Drama Club. * I, Krista McGinnis, leave the volleyball
girls our impressive record of 3-17 and many more wins to come. I leave the tennis
girls Houston and booty camp. * I, Theresa McWatters, leave Kayla our out of
control Spanish classes and a new but not better driver to school. * I, Jonathan
Mellor, leave David with the White Widow.. .if you can drive, and Mike Jacobs with the
lifestyle, just keep living the dream. * I, Anokhee Mepani, leave all robot-related
aesthetic responsibility and Xander to Michelle Whelan. To Rebecca Muh-CLELLANNN,
I leave all else. * I, Alexander Moin, leave George Georgaklis my ability to long
jump, John McDonald and Patrick O'Donnell complete control over all things track,
John McDonald my calves, Misha Beatty the trumpet section, and my brother my
legacy to live up to. * I, Brian Molloy, leave Madeline Starbucks runs, Charlotte
traffic laws, Rebecca creepy puppets and a self written show, AJ being theatre alpha
male, Kristen theatre spirit, Nina gum wrappers. Erica being screamed at in the
hallway FESTI you know who! * I, Julie Moloy, leave Lifer Lane to Nina, Christina
and Riley, a pair of floppers to Kelley, hugs, neon and crocs to Alanna, and personal-
ized FH balls, snacktime, Oompas, TVL enemies and blackout rage to Kerri. * I,
Nicole Moore, leave my cousin Julie an awesome high school experience. I hope that
the rest of her years in high school are as fun as mine were and that she does not get
into too much trouble ;). * I, Margaret Moyian, leave Siobhan breakfast at panera
and the power of being the oldest. I leave "Peggy" to Tommy Ahearn since i will
NEVER hear that name again and Nicole Moyian the recipes to my amazing sandwich-
es. * I, Erin Mulhern, leave Sarah laneZ playdates; Katie/ Wesley double dates;
Kelley BAARRBAARRAAA; Annie my humor; Dylan/ Pat my heart; Kristen my opinion;
Matt/ Matt/ Kevin: non-stop dancing; Kylie/ Bev/Megan directions to Papa's; Misha
invincibility; Maddie / Casey ugliness... oh wait. * I, Mariandrea Munar, leave the
swim team- Sparks and Fergie, Ailyn- rides to school, Elise, Rebecca and Lee- the
dancer chant, JT and Charlotte- Maria (corrupt her), Danielle- my daughterly love.
Penny and Kristen- the best assets, Juli and Sarah- lifers and common sense, and
Maria- Emmy & Al (Good Luck!) * I, Erin Nanna, leave family political debates,
responsibility, and my grades to Dylan, Fresh City runs to Annie/Kate/Maddie, grilled
cheese and clothing to Annie, secret plans, implants, and my drama to Maddie, confer-
ence championships to the swim team. * I, Jonathan Neimann, leave Abby Keaveny
free rides to school and the right to give her brother the hardest time ever. I leave the
swim team to animal, the title of band captain to Duff and All, and my astonishing
good looks to Dylan Nanna. * I, Gary Novoson, leave to anyone who is up for a chal-
lenge the right to continue the dying Novoson legacy and to everyone else I leave my
impeccable good looks. You're Welcome. * I, Cynthia O'Brien, leave my little sister
Lydia the house. Mike you get Blue Hill Drive, you can hang out with Lyds now. Alex
Contreras I leave you my heart. Jackie and Maggie get the cross country team. I hope
you try as hard as I did... * I, Brian O'Connor, leave Cam G. Linebacker drills, Mike
Hallion the 4 x 1 team, Mark the O'Connor legacy, Erin the sable, Bro Jams to the 09
Wolverines. * I, Matthew O'Donnell, leave Ryan McHoul, aka Sweetness, all the
love his father gave me instead of his own son. * I, Amanda Poche, leave Pnotes to
Ben, Justin, the vball courts to Melissa, Amy in hopes that you guys will have a better
season, "Leave it on the Court" ;put your hearts into everything you do! My legacy to
Melissa. * I, Katelyn Raftery, leave Y&FS meetings to Rebecca McClellan, science
labs to Xander Ventola, and high hopes for four great years to Meghan. * I, Neggin
Rostamnezhad, leave Yalda the power to fight senioritis, the will to use her energy
for something great and persian pride. I leave Lydia and Sarah my "running skills" and
Christian my music playlist. * I, Alan Royer, leave Stats Family '09 a ten game
hockey season, Sinny, Brucitis and the Legend, Mediocre, Meager, "GET SOME". * I,
Dominic Ruiz, leave all my wonderful teaching assistants, my secret animal cracker
source, and the coolest spot in the school to Joseph and Hannah so they can have fun
and learn as much as I have. * I, Allison Ryan, leave Griffin Ryan three more
awesome years of high school, be good, love you, Katie Dawson maps in US History,
Lydia O'Brien fake fights, Dave Milano a ride to coin-star, Ryan Hanlon all my physics
labs to do alone.* I, Abigail Sayeg, leave the diving team to Kelly, Sarah and
Michelle; Christian Adams creepy french memories and my undying love.* I, William
Scanneli, leave the Subaru to Pat, #53 to Greg, ceramic prowess to Hendy, Thurston
Thursday to Alessandra, my stunning attitude to Misha, smooth talking to Cam, and
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true love to Katie and Wes. * I, Tyler Schock, leave Milano the and Danny, Joe and Tommy Peggy, Contreres Spanish class, Erin
baseball team, Sean Amaru the Dream, PJ. Primetime with
Marty and rides to pasta dinners, Cadams hugs in the hallways,
Pat hand-shakes in the hallways, Dicenzo the linebacking crew.
* I, Ali Schroeder, leave Leah a fantastic last two years (and
my mom, Rach potatoes. Weenie and Sam new boyfriends,
Maggie a senior year with Bev, and Hallion and Sadams the
Track team. * I, Phil Walker, leave Kurt Walker the weight
room. Ms. Mason lots of new freshmen in her homeroom.
Ralphie, if he lasts that long..), Sophie all the c block texts in the Kevin Lulthe and Ace Ventura the business club.* I, Ryan
world, and Claire teen center dance parties. * I, Jason
Sementelli, leave Casey Mac my bag of goodies and I leave
Jordan Mac Willard Circle. I will leave the future back to back
state championship baseball team to Casey Mook and Milano
and our terrible bball team to Flowers and Ries. * I, Amanda
Sestito, leave Emma a less chappy senior year than mine, Jill
Walsh, leave Mikey "the Chump" Walsh legacy and an empty
house. Flahive Field my left ACL. Tommy Ahearn the maze.
MISTER Sadams the title of best looking kid around. Lydia and
Marie O'Brien my everlasting love. * I, Corrinne Wells, leave
Megan Isberg: an awesome senior year. Sully, and the track
team, Anna Ribas: being freaks, AnnMarie: copyright chicken
and Brittany the car ride on the first day of school next year. * I, legs, Tayla Allen: the 4x2 and 4x1, Maddie Rau: dogs, and Cam
Michelle Shang, leave Brian Hedal my fish.. .maybe. * I,
Afsheen Sharifzadeh, leave Yalda and Sina my Persian pride;
to Marina my mock trials "witness" legacy; to Archie & Levine
the tennis team; to Sarina the announcements, acadec, unity
club, and so much more; to Annie "No Parentheses"; and to
those remaining at WHS, all the joys of Westwood. * I, Arya
Sharifzadeh, leave Juliane Nguyen the high-five she never-
gave; Natalie Shapeton my unrelenting love; Alex Archambo
Etchings: my laptop. * I, Matthew Werth, leave juggling club,
to whoever will take it. After four years we're up to four
members. Acapella goes to the basses, Ben and Justin, you
guys are awesome. * I, Kara Wiggin, leave Kelly Rich our
ridiculously everlasting sisterhood, love, and cray cray things no
one else understands, KE, D-Stein, Eliza the musical, Aaron,
Kyle, Kate Rich, Abby Keavs, my L-O-V-E, and the FH girls
insanely fab senior years. * I, Jacob Williams, leave this
Westwood Tennis; YaldaRostam RJDRLPJP; Ms. Russell - dinner statement made by a wise guy "Life moves pretty fast. If you
and a movie?? <3; Kelly Rich myswagggga; George Georgakalis don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it". *
and Kevn Liu all the biddies of WHS. * I, Lana Sharuk, leave
Tangles Keke P, DDR and Patrick Savickas, McDeezy long texts
and B-free. Madison I leave you bracelets and slumberparties.
Mary and Emily, (twins) I leave you Chanty Baby, for Janice,
Nina and Erica Soccer '09. And Kristina, 3 wonderful years of
high school. * I, Molly Shea, leave Annie the car and being a
creep; Dylan my love, friendship, and directions to Paige's
I, Ian Wright, leave Juliane a penguin, "the why game," Haribo
gummy bears, and fun times with derek and meredith. I leave
Casey the recognition of the greatest rapper of all time... * I,
Narayana Yelleswarapu, leave my legendary math team
captain position to Stephen Weinreich. My famous orchestra
seat will be left to Kenneth Long. My Varsity tennis position will
be left to Venkata Yelleswarapu and my knowledge will be left
house; Kelley the swim team hallway; Maddie my voicemails and behind to Nadeem Istafan. * I, Stephen Zeng, leave science
good ideas; and Kristen The Office and Vellos at closing time. * team to Ravi and Jacky, my painted pinchpots to Jacqui and
I, John Sheehan, leave Ann Sheehan the front seat, Jake Sarah, my gol' to Steve Weinreich, my giant robot to Thomas
Indurski weights, Shayan Salam my good looks, and Casey McNulty and last but certainly not least, my sitar skills to Anokh.
McLaughlin BOOIII and a water. * I, John Sleight, leave my * I, Matthew Zola, leave Derek Tucceri, a lost salad bowl, to
car to my bro Patrick, vacation in Aruba to Milano, Cape Cod Lax Dylan Nanna, a sweet embrace, to Eric Dahl, my soul, and to
to Joey Williams, NSB to Hanlon, JV Soccer Asst. Capt. to Joseph Leibson, my heart.
Brandon, running Hotel Filbin to Mike, locker 271 and sweet
nothings to Megan. * I, Max Smith, leave Peter Radonich
anger management classes and 15 yard penalties. Will Smith my
nickname, Jeezy my ego, Jordan my hair clippers, Sean Amaru
"the dream", David Milano the OF, and Ramrod the RIBS. * I,
Hilary Sugg, leave Sophie Karpf her "gift shop smell", Annie
Husted the Westwood DYC legacy. Christian Adams some "juste
un baiser" perfume, Anna Ribas microwaved marshmallows and
gamecube shenanigans, and the JV tennis girls an amazing
senior year. * I, Stephanie Sukennik, leave Maddy Randolph a
great senior year, take care of Lorraine and Tatyana for me. To
Lydia, I leave car rides to school in the morning. To Alex,
hugs&kisses! To Chris, I leave you G block free. To Katie
Ginsberg, 6 hour long track meets aka our lifer sessions and a
great two more years of high school! * I, Laura Teehan, leave
Sophie and Leah-the legacy of Laura squared. AnnMarie-400
meters. Katie-my love and support. Rachael-the XC team.
Campion-Mayfair hill. Maddy- V.P cookie. Yalda-an ipod box.
Christina-crutches. McNulty-planks. Nina-nannerpuss banana. I ^, ^^^^
love my track family and will miss them so much. * I, Gregory M^^ ^^^■^^B^tr^^^^.Miki P \fO^
Thompson, To the Westwood Men's Varsity Swim Team: I leave ^^Bi^ ^^ J^^S^BM^jJI^Bk. \ '^>'^ '
you my muscles and a heart of gold; Myles and Nicky Hendy-
strength and ingenuity; My physics class-my brains. Leg.
Council; Honor and sticking it to the man abilities. * I, Keisey
Thornton, leave JACKY MARTIN! My sister, I leave you
everything - love, fantasy reading, my cake baking skills,
whatever you want, have it all. To My Freshmen, love,
awkwardness, bridal magazines. Jenny and My Freshmen:
responsibility of costumes. Whoever gets it: Science Team. * I,
Matthew Traylor, leave a lot more pizza for the students of
WHS. * I, Daniel Troy, leave to Shane, Tonsbergs, and Kyle:
the neighborhood, Shane I leave SRFZUP, C-Rod I leave Juan
Carlos and the 50 yard threat, Jordy I leave dos tres, Sadams
the futcha, Reis and VonEuw my calf implants, Pelli I leave WW
Lax * I, Kyle Tucke, leave Magee the hallways without Casey
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218 Messages from the Community
gan Tara Corsi
Congratulations on completing
this chapter in your life. As
you head off to college, always
remember that our love will ac-
company you wherever you go.
Love, Mom, Dad, Matthew &
^^^^^^^^ ^1 \
We are so very proud of you!
Believe in yourself, always fol-
low your heart and dreams and
"Oh the places you'll go!"
With love, Mom, Dad & Jenn
Our wish for you is that life becomes
all you want it to, your dreams stay
big, your worries stay small, you
never need to carry more than you
can hold, and if it's cold outside show
the world the warmth of your smile,
but more than anything, know that
we love you.
Love, Mom, Dad, Philip & David j
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"Obstacles are those frightful
things you see when you take
your eyes off of your goal."
- Henry Ford
Great job Julie - we love you!
Mom, Dad, Danny & Brendan
We are so proud of you and all
that you've accomplished.
We know you will have four
great years of college followed
by a successful career.
The sky's the limit!
Love, Mom, Dad & Chris
May all your dreams come true.
We love you!
Mom, Dad, Katie, Jack
You have shown us what a
person can accomplish
when they lead with heart
and passion -weU done!
We are so proud of the
young woman you have
become and for all your
kindness and determination
along the journey!
Great job at developing
varsity soccer, basketball,
and lacrosse: and track.
You have touched many
hearts and lit up our world;
keep on shining at Cornell
We are proud of you and
Adam, Mom & Dad
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Congratulations and best wishes to Russell
and the Class of 2009
With love from,
Eric, Liz, Elizabeth and Caroline
Stephanie! ^ - •
Our best wishes for your bright ^>4Hf^
future with happiness and success.
Always remember - give the world the
best you have, the best will come to you!
You make us very proud!
Love, Mom and Dad
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'•^ Mi^. . tj.
We are so proud of you and all of
your accomplishments. Your hard
work and determination will take
you far. May your future be filled
with happiness, health and success.
We love you \ery much.
Mom. Dad. Kc\in. Shirk. David
We are so proud of you. your
strength and determination!
UTiat a successful young man you
have grown into at WHS and all you
have accomplished; wonderful
fnendships, music accomplishments.
Eagle Scout, \arsity swim and
soccer, tennis, robotics and so much
more! You have shown us the value
of setting goals and pursuing one's
passions! We look for\vard to being
a part of your future in engmeering.
and whatever life brings your way!
We love you!
Adam, Mom & Dad
Down every road you roam
And may sunshine and happiness
Surround you when you're far from
And may you grow to be proud
Dignified and true
And do unto others
As you'd have done to you
Be courageous and be brave
And in our hearts you'll always stay
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Aaron . ^
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%'e love uau veru much!
TAom, 'Dm, 'Donna
Congratulations Daniel! You make us proud. M^
Family, school, and community have given ^>W
you what they know. Remember to give ^mm
back to humanity. "^"
Have fun- nottoo much. Go and live a good life.
Remember who you are and where you came from
God, Family, Country.
Love, Mom, Dai(, and Kate
AKI Kl E
May all your dreams come tme.
You did it!
Love, Mom, Dad, Kelley, Danny & Chewy
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Congratulations on your graduation!
We wish vou man\- jo}-ous hiking adventures!
Love, jMom, Dad,
John, Alex -and W'iU
Healthy, free, the world before me. " '
Messages from the Communitv 225
Brendan Crow^^yl^^ Schock
From MMo to WHS, from Chatham to
the Bahamas, and from the School Street
playground to LaLacheur Park.
For every one of your sister's dance
recitals you sat through together, the hours
spent in the hole playing video games and
for the exciting futures that await you.
we give you our love and respect.
Congratualtions Brendan and Tyler!
>\MVlfc/-* *■ ^^ ^^y* Eileen, Dana,
^~^**>0^*'^ ■ Donna. Merideth. and Sara
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Messages from the Community 227
May all your dreams come true.
Do work #78.
Mom, Dad & Megan
228 Green Years